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Bionorica Offers Expert Resources, Health Tips for 'Natural Moms'
Date:11/24/2009

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., Nov. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Bionorica, an international company pioneering clinical research of natural remedies, announced today the availability of new educational resources for parents who want natural solutions for children's health. A tip sheet on "Staying Naturally Healthy during the Holidays," the first in an ongoing "Natural Moms" series, is now available on the company's website at www.bionoricausa.com.

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Parents can sign up on the website for a free subscription to the Natural Moms tip sheets, with content contributed by experts such as pediatrician Robert W. Sears, MD, best-selling author of The Healthiest Kid in the Neighborhood and other titles in the Sears Parenting Library. The website will also be offering a "Natural Moms' Corner" with webinars, online chats with top pediatricians and natural health practitioners, and information on various topics related to natural health and wellness.

"A new survey of American mothers released this week shows that moms are increasingly anxious about their children's health," said Dr. Sears. "The resources on Bionorica's website will be invaluable for moms who are interested in preventive and natural things they can do to help ensure their family's good health."

Another component of Bionorica's nation-wide health education campaign is a live action video for children, with kid-friendly tips on how to stay naturally healthy (http://www.bionoricausa.com/healthy-tips-video). The company will make a $1 charitable donation for every person who signs on to watch the online video,
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