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Splintek wants consumers to breathe right with SleepRight

BY Michael Johnsen

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Splintek Health Products recently launched its SleepRight Nasal Breathe Aid — a snore-relieving product entry into the nasal strip category that retails for a suggested $11.99.

According to the company, the product reduces snoring, relieves nasal congestion and is adhesive-free and reusable. Flexible flares expand the nasal passages to significantly increase airflow, while forming to the shape of the user’s nose for a custom, comfortable fit. Each SleepRight Breathe Aid lasts up to 15 days. 

The SleepRight brand heritage is within the dental guard segment with a no-boil product that helps prevent overnight teeth grinding.

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Pharmavite supplement unites probiotics, vitamins

BY Michael Johnsen

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. — Pharmavite recently introduced a new probiotic daily supplement combined with a multivitamin that may encourage regular use of probiotics. Called Nature Made Triple Probiotic, the blend includes three probiotic strains, along with vitamins A, C and E; minerals iron, magnesium and zinc; and other vitamins and minerals.

The new product, which ships this month, features Pharmavite’s proprietary Smart Release Tri-Layer caplets that ensure delivery of live probiotics to the gut and the vitamins and minerals to the stomach, where they are better absorbed. Suggested retail price is $17.59.

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Pollen.com gives allergy sufferers 28-day forecast

BY Michael Johnsen

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. — Pollen.com and Weather Trends International last month teamed together on a new forecast tool for allergy sufferers: a 28-day weather forecast by zip code to help people with allergies better plan when pollen levels are likely to be high in their area.

“We have worked with Weather Trends for the past eight years and have found their short- and long-term weather forecasts to be the most reliable in the industry,” stated Gerry Kress, founder of SDI Health, the company behind Pollen.com. “Warm and sunny days in spring and late summer are typically bad for tree, grass and weed pollens, while damp days bring out the mold spores.”

USA Today has recognized Pollen.com as the most popular allergy portal on the Internet, and Forbes ranked Weather Trends International as fifth on its list of America’s most promising companies.

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