iRULU’s Laptop/Tablet Combination

Technology for Work & Play

Increasingly, technology users are seeking not only great low prices and high quality technology, but they’re looking for technology that can operate in multiple capacities and functionalities. iRulu Technologies is bringing to market the 2-in-1 laptop/tablet combination …offering the portability of a tablet with the power and usability of a laptop…truly the best of both worlds!

iRULU Technologies, a company not only driving-down the cost of owning a tablet and laptop combination, but a company that’s boasting affordable technology that refuses to sacrifice quality, speed, reliability or functionality. Truly a win-win for today’s bargain-hunter female consumer. Join Director of Marketing, Elizabeth Little, as she profiles the companies’ iRULU W1002 – a 2-in-1 laptop/tabletop combination powered by Windows with a 10.1 HD IPS screen, detachable keyboard, and subscription to Microsoft Office 365.

The W1002 was designed from the inside out with women’s needs in mind. The screen is detachable and has HD and ISP technology to give the user edge to edge brilliance and clarity from any angle. The keyboard doubles as a stand and a cover making the W1002 light and safe to carry in a purse or travel bag.

Not only is the W1002 highly functional, but iRULU is making sure their products are stylish for women. iRULU recognizes that women have a personal relationship with their digital devices bringing them everywhere they go. The design team at iRULU has incorporated fashion trends to make sure women’s digital devices look as good as they perform!

iRULU sells their products 100% online allowing them to offer digital devices at the lowest possible prices to their customers. Find iRULU products on,, and The amazing prices include tablets for under $50 and smart phones for under $100.
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The Balancing Act® Talks Technology for Work & Play


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The Balancing Act® Talks Novel Treatment for Infantile Hemangioma; Technology for Work and Play

Pierre Fabre Pharmaceuticals, Inc., iRULU® with Host Julie Moran Take Center Stage on April 29 Show

(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – April 24, 2015) Award-winning morning show The Balancing Act® will feature a novel treatment, Hemangeol, for infantile hemangioma, a benign vascular tumor, also known as a “Strawberry Mark”, and introduce the hottest technology for work and play on the show airing on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®. Tune in as The Balancing Act hosts help jump start the day with lively conversations, and trusted information to empower a woman’s life.

The encore presentation of this episode will air on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.

Don’t miss these featured segments taking center stage on The Balancing Act:

• Technology for Work and Play – with iRULU®
Busy women trying to balance it all are looking for technology that they can operate in multiple capacities, that is high quality yet low priced. The Balancing Act welcomes back Elizabeth Little, Director of Marketing for iRULU®, to profile the companies’ 2-in-1 laptop/tablet, designed with a women’s needs in mind. The stylish hybrid has the power and usability of a laptop, and the portability of a tablet, helping make women’s lives easier and more productive. For more information, please visit:

• Novel treatment, for Infantile Hemangioma, commonly called a “Strawberry Mark” – with Pierre Fabre Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

A prominent bright red patch on a baby’s skin, commonly called a “Strawberry Mark”, is a skin condition named Infantile Hemangioma, a common vascular benign growth that affects numerous newborn babies. Mainly occurring on the baby’s face, scalp and neck, some can be dangerous to a child’s health, or leave permanent tissue damage if untreated. Until recently, previous treatments carried significant side effects. Join Dr. Ana Duarte, Founder of the Children’s Skin Center and Head of Dermatology at Miami Children’s and a couple and their baby who had the condition as they discuss the first FDA approved treatment that has changed the landscape of Pediatric Dermatology. For more information, please visit:

For more information from patient support groups, please visit the Vascular Birthmark Foundations at and the National Organization of Vascular Anomalies at

Joe Bonaccorso, Vice President of Pierre Fabre Pharmaceuticals stated, “Pierre Fabre Pharmaceuticals is happy to support Health Care Providers and Caregivers with this breakthrough treatment.” Dr. Linda Roselle Shannon PhD, President and Founder of the Vascular Birthmark Foundation said “Hemangeol has changed the lives of the families affected by hemangiomas for the better. This drug has given hope where no hope has previously existed.” Karla Hall, Executive Director, National Organization of Vascular Anomalies stated, “Hemangeol has changed the way children with infantile hemangioma are treated, for the better. It allows patients to have access to treatment earlier, with fewer side effects and with better results than we have seen with other treatment options.”


Do not give HEMANGEOL® (propranolol hydrochloride) to your child if your child:
• was born prematurely and has not reached the corrected age of 5 weeks
• weighs less than 4 ½ pounds
• is allergic to propranolol or any of the other ingredients in HEMANGEOL
• has asthma or a history of breathing problems
• has a heart problem, slow heart rate (less than 80 heart beats per minute), very low blood pressure
• is at risk for low blood sugar, for example is vomiting or unable to take feedings
• has high blood pressure caused by a tumor on the adrenal gland, called “pheochromocytoma”

Tell the doctor about all medicines your child is taking, or all the medicines you are taking if you are breastfeeding.

HEMANGEOL can cause serious side effects, including:

Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), especially if your child is not taking feedings, or is vomiting. To help reduce the risk of low blood sugar with HEMANGEOL give HEMANGEOL during or shortly after feeding your child. If your child is not taking feedings, due to an illness or vomiting, do not give HEMANGEOL until your child is taking feedings normally again. Tell your doctor if your child has a poor appetite.

If your child has any of the signs or symptoms of low blood sugar listed below during treatment with HEMANGEOL, stop giving your child HEMANGEOL and call your doctor or go to the nearest emergency room right away.

Signs or symptoms of low blood sugar include: pale, blue or purple skin color, sweating, irritability, crying for no apparent reason, irregular or fast heartbeat, poor feeding, low body temperature, unusual sleepiness, seizures, breathing stops for short periods of time, and loss of consciousness

HEMANGEOL can cause serious side effects, including:

• Slow heart rate (bradycardia) or low blood pressure (hypotension)
• Breathing problems or wheezing
• Stroke in certain severe problems with the blood vessels in their brain, particularly if your child has a
large hemangioma that affects the face or head.

Call your doctor or go to the nearest hospital emergency room if your child has:

• pale skin color, slow or uneven heartbeats, arms or legs feel cold, blue or purple skin color, or fainting.
• breathing problems or wheezing during treatment
The most common side effects include: sleep problems, worsening respiratory tract infections, diar-rhea, and vomiting.

These are not all the possible side effects of HEMANGEOL. Talk your doctor for medical advice about side effects.

HEMANGEOL is a prescription medicine used to treat proliferating infantile hemangioma that requires treatment with a medicine that spreads throughout the body.

For more information about HEMANGEOL, talk to your doctor or visit

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