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YoBizNet is a cooperative of individuals who are dedicated to fighting the spread of disease in our community. The number of Health Associated Infections (HAI) and deaths form Colds, Flu, Viruses, and Bacteria (C.F.V.B.) are increasing every year throughout the United States, and it is time for the community to take action. Please follow the links below and find out why YoBizNet is making an effort to fight the spread of viruses and bacteria, and why we need your help.

THE DILEMMA

HARMFUL BACTERIAL DISEASES

CDC REPORT: 23,000 DEATHS A YEAR FROM BACTERIAL INFECTIONS

THE VISION

THE SOLUTION: THE ”KEY” LIQUID DISPENSER AND ANTI-BACTERIA GLOVES

THE “KEY” LIQUID DISPENSER

WHERE TO USE THE “KEY”LIQUID DISPENSER AND ANTI-BATERIA GLOVES:

YOUR ELECTRONIC DEVICES

FITNESS CENTERS

TO PROTECT YOUR HANDS FROM CONTAIMINATION

IN THE WORKPLACE

WHILE SHARING TOOLS AND COMPUTERS

WHEN TRAVELING BY AIR

WHEN STUCK ON A PLANE OR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

WHEN TRAVELING BY SEA

WHILE VACATIONING ABROAD

AS A CASHIER

                WHEN HANDLING MONEY OR CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS.

             IN DAYCARE CENTERS

WHEN FLUSHING AWAY HARMFUL BODILY FLUIDS:

AS A FIRST RESPONDER

AS A SCHOOL TEACHER

IN EMERGENCY ROOMS

WHILE AT PUBLIC EVENTS

DURING A MILITARY CRISIS

TO FIGHT BACTERIA ATTACKS (BAC-ATTACK)

BENEFITS OF USING THE “KEY”

YOUNG BUSINESS NETWORK “YoBizNet”

EXPECTED COMMUNITY JOBS CREATED BY YoBizNet

THE DILEMMA:

There are too many Flu Deaths in the United States each year.

On average, there are about 36,000 flu deaths per year in the United States. This number includes people who die from the flu itself and those who develop complications from the flu, such as pneumonia, and then die from that illness.

The CDC estimates that between 5 and 20 percent of the United States population gets the flu each year.

Ref:http://coldflu.about.com/od/flu/qt/fludeathsperyear.htm

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Harmful Bacterial Diseases

Bacterial diseases include any type of illness caused by bacteria. Bacteria are a type of microorganism, which are tiny forms of life that can only be seen with a microscope. Other types of microorganisms include viruses, some fungi, and some parasites.

Harmful bacteria that cause bacterial infections and disease are called pathogenic bacteria. Bacterial diseases occur when pathogenic bacteria get into the body and begin to reproduce and crowd out healthy bacteria, or to grow in tissues that are normally sterile. Harmful bacteria may also emit toxins that damage the body. Common pathogenic bacteria and the types of bacterial diseases they cause include:

  • Escherichia coli and Salmonella cause food poisoning.
  • Helicobacter pylori cause gastritis and ulcers.
  • Neisseria gonorrhoeae causes the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea.
  • Neisseria meningitidis causes meningitis.
  • Staphylococcus aureus causes a variety of infections in the body, including boils, cellulitis, abscesses, wound infections, toxic shock syndrome, pneumonia, and food poisoning.
  • Streptococcal bacteria cause a variety of infections in the body, including pneumonia, meningitis, ear infections, and strep throat.

Bacterial diseases are contagious and can result in many serious or life-threatening complications, such as blood poisoning (bacteremia), kidney failure, and toxic shock syndrome.

Ref:http://www.healthgrades.com/conditions/bacterial-diseases

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CDC Report: 23,000 Deaths a Year from Bacterial Infections

A growing health threat causes the alarming number of 23,000 deaths in the United States per year, and it's not cancer or cardiovascular disease; its serious bacterial infection.

Federal health officials disclosed that at least 2,000,000 patients suffer from bacterial infections each year, and 23,000 of these patients die from the infection, according to the New York Times.

Ref: http://www.latinpost.com/articles/2240/20130917/cdc-report-23-000-deaths-a-year-from-bacterial-infections.htm

2,000,000 Patients suffer from bacterial infection each year!

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THE VISION:

What if everyone in the United States took one day a year to do just “one” thing to fight the spread of virus and disease? What if on that day everyone took a proactive step to prevent the spread of disease by wiping off a door knob, cleaning off a money machine, wiping off a shopping cart, etc.?

Would that action reduce the number of lives lost each year from viruses and bacteria?

What if we had available to us every day, and everywhere we went an effective product to protect ourselves from harmful disease and bacteria. Could we secure a safer environment and future for our families and friends?

In a society such as ours which causes us to be constantly on the move, we are told that we must constantly wash our hands to protect against diseases. But what do you do when you can’t find a restroom to wash your hands, and how much pathogenic bacteria would have infected you between those stops?

Studies show that hand sanitizer, though effective, does not work against many types of viruses and bacteria.

Hand sanitizers won't work against the infection caused by C. difficile, a bacterium that can lead to life-threatening inflammation in the colon.

Ref: http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/news/20130208/hand-sanitizers-germs

In an effort to resolve these issues, a group of young people have started an organization called the Young Business Network “YoBizNet” to fight the spread of Colds, Flu, Viruses and Bacteria. The name “YoBizNet” represents a network of individuals who are taking control of their future, and making an effort to fight the spread of viruses and diseases.

The goal of “YoBizNet” is to reduce the number of citizens affected each year from harmful viruses and bacteria. We believe that the community can take effective steps in reducing the level of bacteria in our society to the point that our immune system could do a better job of protecting us.

YoBizNet has partnered with a local startup manufacturer of liquid dispensers in an effort to create products that will provide a community solution to a community problem.

By using a common household item, coupled with a patented product, we believe that together our community can establish a network of individuals with a common purpose of fighting the spread of viruses and disease.

For too long now we have been conditioned to believe that we must inevitably suffer colds and flu every year, and it is taken for granted that the cold and flu season will come and go every year.

However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report detailing the fact that antibiotic-resistant bacteria are a growing, and serious threat to public health.

Ref:http://www.latinpost.com/articles/2240/20130917/cdc-report-23-000-deaths-a-year-from-bacterial-infections.htm

We can no longer take it for granted that we will recover from a common cold or flu every year. As a community, we must take action to protect ourselves and each other whenever possible.

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THE SOLUTION: THE ”KEY” LIQUID DISPENSER

WHAT IS THE “KEY” LIQUID DISPENSER?

We believe that a solution to our dilemma lies in a common household product. Isopropyl Alcohol! Studies show that 9 out of 10 households have isopropyl alcohol in their medicine cabinets.

Isopropyl alcohol is one of the active ingredients in many of the products used to disinfect hospital surfaces. It is on the Environmental Protection Agency's "List of Antimicrobial Products Effective against Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Human HIV-1 and Hepatitis B Virus."

Generally the isopropyl alcohol in these products is combined with another chemical that helps it to stay on the surface longer and not evaporate as quickly. It is a helpful addition to any surface cleaner at home, and can kill bacteria, spores and viruses on those surfaces as well.

Ref:http://www.livestrong.com/article/231402-pharmaceutical-uses-of-isopropyl-alcohol/

With 9 out of 10 households having isopropyl alcohol, it is obvious that

most people know the value of having isopropyl alcohol to protect against viruses and bacteria. The “KEY” then is having it available when we need it! It is usually sold in clumsy bottles, or spray containers which may result in an explosion or inhaled into your lungs.

Therefore, a majority of the community has a household product that is effective in killing virus and bacteria, but we had no effective way to carry or make it available to us in our fast moving society.

Also, isopropyl alcohol has been primarily used as a “reactive” product and not a “proactive” product. A reactive product is one that is used in reaction to an injury or sickness. A proactive product is one that is used to prevent the complications of infection from injuries and diseases before they occur.

The “KEY” then is to make isopropyl alcohol readily available so that it can be used as a proactive product that can help prevent the spread of bacteria and disease!

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THE “KEY” LIQUID DISPENSER AND ANTI-BACTERIA GLOVES

We have developed and Patented the “first” collapsible tube dispenser designed for liquid dispensing. We have packaged isopropyl alcohol in this collapsible tube and call it “EMERGENCY ALCOHOL™”.

Emergency Alcohol™, when packaged in our Patented Collapsible Tube Dispenser, makes it easy to carry and use in every possible situation or emergency. Whether it’s during an emergency crisis such as a natural disaster, or whether on vacations, and during recreational events, Emergency Alcohol™ can now be available for our protection.

The tube displays a HealthCare “KEY” symbol on it which signifies the “KEY TO YOUR HEATH” while on the go.   You can have the protection of isopropyl alcohol to carry and use in every situation and emergency.

This new proactive product, now called “EMERGENCY ALCOHOL™”, can help protect you from colds, flu, viruses and bacteria wherever you may go.

We also call the product the “KEY” because it was designed so that it can be worn around the neck like the familiar house key, or attached to your belt and carried everywhere!

The “Key”, has a Patented “Ball and Stem” dispensing mechanism which places the Emergency Alcohol™ right on the spot or area needed. Due to the fact that it’s in a “squeezable tube”, you can even flush the area with alcohol by pressing the “Ball and Stem” to the area, and squeezing the tube.

This technique is used when flushing away harmful bodily fluids. You might even consider it as a type of “surface” vaccine that either kills the virus or bacteria, or prevents it from becoming harmful to you.

We have also developed new gloves for your hands that when used in conjunction with the “KEY” will protect your hands from harmful virus and bacteria. We call these gloves “Palm Sanitizers” because they have a special “Patch” in the palm section for storing alcohol, and providing protection whenever you close your hands.

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WHERE TO USE THE “KEY”LIQUID DISPENSER AND ANTI-BACTERIA GLOVES:

YOUR ELECTRONIC DEVICES

YOUR SMART PHONES AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES:

We take our cell phones everywhere. They live in our pockets and purses, rubbing up against loose change and the receipt from the gas station. We use them almost everywhere, and set them on nearly any available surface – the kitchen counter, the table at a café, a park bench. We even share them with others.

We pull them out not only to make calls, but also to share videos, play games, send emails and check on our Facebook friends and Twitter followers. Our smartphones are indeed our constant companions, and they are exposed to many bacteria.

Not many people think to disinfect their phones. It's no wonder, then, that smartphones are prime breeding grounds for bacteria. Typical phones have more bacteria than your office workspace.

Ref: http://cell-phones.toptenreviews.com/smartphones/terrifying-germs-that-live-on-your-smartphone.html

The “KEY” when used in conjunction with the Kit of Tissue Swabs, will allow you to routinely clean your cell phones and electronic devices while on the go.

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FITNESS CENTERS

TO PROTECT YOUR HANDS FROM CONTAIMINATION

With an increase in community acquired MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus), fitness center and gym members are concerned about using the equipment at some facilities.

The MRSA bacteria can survive on surfaces, which includes towels and workout equipment at a fitness center. It is a highly adaptable bacterium that has evolved to be resistant to most antibiotics. It is found on many surfaces, on the skin, and inside the nose.

Ref:http://www.themrsa.com/in-fitness-centers/

Some equipment that is used together, such as barbells, exercise bikes, and seats for weight lifting are highly vulnerable to transmission of germs. On some devices, bacillus bacteria coming from soil was found. These bacteria can be carried from someone’s shoe.

Ref: http://bio-protect-500.com/applications/sports-facilities/

Your hands are the primary means by which the virus or bacteria enters the body. When your hands are exposed to the germs in the fitness center, the virus or bacteria enters the body through your eyes and nose when you touch your face.

The “KEY”, when used in conjunction with our “Anti-bacteria Gloves”, protects your hands from contamination, and prevents the disease from being transferred from your hands into your system.

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IN THE WORKPLACE

WHILE SHARING TOOLS AND COMPUTERS

Many employers require their employees to share computers and tools when performing their duties. During cold and flu season you can clearly see the cold or flu pass from one employee to the other.

Flu can flourish in a workplace environment because of how the virus is spread. Flu is commonly spread from respiratory droplets that can travel up to three feet from the cougher or sneezer. Breathing in these droplets or touching something with the virus on it, like a phone or doorknob, and then touching the eyes, mouth or nose can infect a person.

The more employees there are in a work area, the more chance there is of coming in contact with the virus through the air or shared surfaces.

Ref: http://www.oscillo.com/features/workplace/

The “KEY”, once again when used in conjunction with our “Anti-bacteria Gloves”, protects your hands from contamination by inactivating the virus, and killing bacteria before it can be transferred from your hands.

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WHEN TRAVELING BY AIR

WHEN STUCK ON A PLANE OR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

Some of the most harmful and resilient bacteria on airplanes aren't necessarily the ones from the sneezing person sitting next to you. They're the germs that live on the upholstery of the chair, the tray table where the flight attendant places your lunch, and on the metal buttons you press to move your seat or flush the toilet, according to new research just presented at the American Society for Microbiology's annual meeting.

The researchers found bacteria such as Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) and E. coli can live for up to a week on airplanes that aren't sufficiently cleaned. The study was partially funded by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Ref:http://www.cbsnews.com/news/deadly-germs-can-live-in-aircraft-cabins-for-a-week/

The Today Show conducted an investigation which was small in scope and didn’t identify airlines, but the findings about dangerous bacteria on airline tray tables and TSA security bins are alarming, to say the least.

They recommended that you bring your wipes when going through airport security, and when using airline seat belts and tray tables because they can be a bacterial nightmare.

Ref:http://skift.com/2014/06/24/dangerous-bacteria-found-in-airline-tray-tables-tsa-bins/

The “KEY” is also packaged in a Travel Kit, and packaged in a convenient 3oz container which makes it suitable for air travel. The travel kit may also include a container of tissue swabs for use in wiping down articles used on the plane that may be contaminated.

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WHEN TRAVELING BY SEA

WHILE VACATIONING ABROAD

About a fifth of the 3,050 people aboard Explorer of the Seas, which left Cape Liberty, New Jersey, on January 21st for a ten-day cruise, came down with a gastrointestinal illness. Due to the outbreak, the ship had to cut the cruise two days short and return to New Jersey, according to news reports.

Gastrointestinal illness is an inflammation of the stomach and large intestines that may cause vomiting, watery diarrhea, fever, nausea, stomach cramps, and more, according to the CDC. The causes can be viral, bacterial, or parasitic.

Ref: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/01/140128-cruise-ship-royal-caribbean-nation-health-science-virus/

The “KEY” Travel Kit also contains 3 each face mask, “Anti-bacterial Gloves”, and lanyard for your protection while on the trip. The travel kit also may include a container of tissue swabs for use in wiping down articles used on the cruise.

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AS A CASHIER

WHEN HANDLING MONEY OR CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS.

Some of the first people exposed to community diseases are the pharmacy, and store cashiers. Usually the first place a person goes, who is suffering from an illness, is the Drug Store or Grocery Store to try and get relief from their ailment.

The cashier is exposed to the disease through the exchange of money with the sick person, and may transfer the disease to the next customer in line.

All that is usually available for a cashier’s protection from colds and flu, is a small bottle of hand sanitizer which, when applied, may only last long enough until their next customer transaction.

The “KEY”, when used in conjunction with the “Anti-bacteria Gloves”, is designed to hang from the neck of the cashier, or clip to their waist, and is always working to protect the cashier and the customer from harmful bacteria.

The anti-bacteria gloves are designed to store the Emergency Alcohol™, in a special patch in the glove in the palm of your hand, so that your hands are continually being sanitized when you close them down on the alcohol patch. That is the reason we call the anti-bacteria gloves “Palm Sanitizers”. In the process, the Emergency Alcohol™ also sanitizes the coins that pass through the cashier’s hands because it is stored in the special patch in the anti-bacteria gloves.

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IN DAYCARE CENTERS

TO PROTECT TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

Teachers are constantly exposed to virus and bacteria in Daycare Centers, and during cold and flu season the disease is passed from student to student.

The “KEY” can be used by teachers to minimize the transmission of the disease to themselves and to students during interaction. The use of the “Anti-bacteria Gloves” will protect the teacher’s hands from picking up the disease and spreading it throughout the classroom, and to other students.

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WHEN FLUSHING AWAY HARMFUL BODILY FLUIDS

AS A FIRST RESPONDER

First responder, which is a generic term referring to the first medically trained responder to arrive on scene (police, fire, EMS).First responders typically provide advanced first aid level care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external defibrillator usage.

First responder are usually the first ones to arrive on the scene; they may be the first ones exposed to dangerous bodily fluids, caused by any number of conditions including: suicide bombers, a pandemic outbreak, or a violent criminal.

The “KEY” can be used to flush away harmful bodily fluids that they may have gotten on their person. Just by placing the “Ball” applicator on the area and squeezing the tube you can “Flush” the affected area.

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AS A SCHOOL TEACHER

Teachers are routinely exposed to dangerous bodily fluids caused by sick students who are unaware of their condition.

The teacher can use the “KEY” to help protect other students from harmful bodily fluids.

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IN EMERGENCY ROOMS

After first responders, emergency room employees are the second ones exposed to harmful bodily fluids during an emergency. Due to the chaotic environment during an emergency, emergency workers are sometimes unable to take the necessary precautions when exposed to harmful bodily fluids.

The “KEY”, worn around the neck with the lanyard, is readily available to “Flush” away any bodily fluids that they come in contact with.

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WHILE AT PUBLIC EVENTS

Our free society is under constant threat from terrorist who are seeking anyway possible to disrupt our freedom and provoke fear. Unfortunately this includes suicide bombings where they explode themselves so that their bodily fluid may expose crowds of people, in public places, to numerous bacterial and viral diseases.

Reports indicate that terrorists want to target our public events for the national exposure.

Having the “KEY” available can provide personal protection for yourself and your family, and if caught in a quarantine situation.

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DURING A MILITARY CRISIS

Soldiers are also being targeted by terrorist and may be exposed to harmful bodily fluids whether in the USA or in a foreign country.

Having the “KEY” available can provide personal protection for soldiers when confronted with such a crisis.

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TO FIGHT BACTERIA ATTACKS (BAC-ATTACK)

We have all experienced a time when we were just going along, and suddenly there was an itch at the back of your neck, or the back of your hand, or some other place on your body which seem to happen for no reason. This is usually caused by a “BAC-ATTACK” (Bacteria Attack) which is bacteria trying to penetrate your skin at that point, and your body trying to warn you. It usually causes us to scratch that area where we itch which helps the bacteria gain access into the body in that area and causes an infection.

The Emergency Alcohol™ in the “KEY” can stop the bacteria in its tracks, and prevent the possibility of infection, boils, cellulitis, abscesses, and pimples.

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BENEFITS OF USING THE “KEY”

The benefits of using “Emergency Alcohol” cannot be over stated, and it can’t be over used! The different chemicals used in the common hand sanitizer may have harmful effects if over used, and virus and bacteria may become resistant to their effect.

However, “Emergency Alcohol”, formally called rubbing alcohol, has been used extensively for many years and have been found to cause little or no harm to us, “we could almost bathe in it”, but it is devastating to most viruses and bacteria. Therefore, it could never be over used while dispensing from the New Collapsible Tube Liquid Dispenser because of the “Ball and Stem” dispensing method.

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THE YOUNG BUSINESS NETWORK “YoBizNet”

PURPOSE

YoBizNet was started by a group of young people whose goal is to stop the spread of Colds, Flu, Viruses and Bacteria in the community. The name represents a network of individuals who are taking control of their future, and making an effort to fight the spread of viruses and bacteria, while at the same time creating opportunities for themselves and others in the community to own their own business.

The goal of YoBizNet is to reduce the number of citizens affected each year from harmful viruses and bacteria. We believe that the community can take effective steps in reducing the level of bacteria in our environment. Controlling the level of bacteria in the environment allows our own magnificent immune system the opportunity to protect us the way it was designed to do.

YoBizNet has partnered with a local startup manufacturer of liquid dispensers in an effort to create products that will provide a community solution to a community problem.

YoBizNet has convinced the startup manufacturer to invest in the community by allowing YobizNet to perform small assembly projectsfor their liquid dispensers, and make it a community project. The manufacturer has agreed and decided that instead of investing in some of the highly technical equipment for the assembly of the “Valve Stem” needed for their Patented product, they would invest in the community, and allow YoBizNet to establish a network of individuals to provide them with that part for their product.

Therefore, YoBizNet is establishing a network of individuals interested in helping in the quest to fight the spread of disease, and who want to earn supplemental income in the process.

YoBizNet assembly kit, and the material to assemble the “Valve Stems”, will be provided to interested persons or groups, who then can assemble the valve stems and earn 10 cents per piece up to $15 dollars per hour. Each individual, in essence, owns their own business, and can work at their own pace. Anyone 18 years or older, and able to perform small assembly tasks, may qualify to be a member of the Young Business Network.

College students, who need supplemental income, can perform these small assembly processes in their dorms. However, we recommend that students only work 1 hour per day, making their studies their number one priority.

Each person that wants to be part of the YoBizNet small parts assembly program is asked to purchase their assembly kit. There are two basic types of assembly kits; one in which you can earn $60 per week, working 1 hour per day, and one in which you can earn $300 per week. Students will be limited to the $60 per week assembly kit.

Further information on the products supported by YoBizNet can be found on the website EmergencyAlcohol.com.

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EXPECTED COMMUNITY JOBS CREATED BY YoBizNet:

  1. Small Parts Assembly
  2. Product Distribution
  3. Product Display Monitors and Sales

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