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Published Online: Saturday, November 1, 2008

Kids-EEZE Chest Relief

Kids-EEZE Chest Relief, manufactured by Quigley Corp (Doylestown, PA), is a single-ingredient, allopathic expectorant with guaifenesin to help children, aged 6 and up, experiencing uncomfortable chest congestion. Each box of Kids-EEZE Chest Relief contains 12 individually- wrapped, kid-friendly soft chews with 100 mg of guaifenesin. Available in strawberry and grape flavors, the product retails for $7.99.

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The HEM-780, manufactured by Omron Healthcare Inc (Bannockburn, IL), is the first and only blood pressure (BP) monitor designed to detect morning hypertension. The monitor not only measures BP, but is able to detect any irregularities in the heartbeat. The HEM-780 is designed to automatically store BP and pulse rate information in memory for 2 individuals. The machine offers 1-touch automatic operation and features IntelliSense technology.

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Ester-C, manufactured by the Ester C Company (Bohemia, NY), offers 24-hour immune protection by increasing the vitamin C levels in the body for up to 24 hours. Metabolites in Ester-C help to enhance the absorption and retention of vitamin C in the body. The product is nonacidic, so it is gentler on the stomach. Ester-C is available in 60-count bottles of 500-mg and 1000-mg tablets.

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