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Just in Time for Allergy Season, ZYRTEC(R) Provides New Solutions for Adults and Children
Date:8/25/2009

elieve their child's indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms. Children's ZYRTEC(R) PERFECT MEASURE(R) is available in sugar-free, dye-free grape flavor.

ZYRTEC(R) Itchy Eye Drops

ZYRTEC(R) Itchy Eye Drops is available in the allergy aisle, helping to provide allergy suffers a one-stop shopping experience for their allergy needs. The ZYRTEC(R) antihistamine eye product contains ketotifen fumarate and provides targeted allergy itchy eye relief for up to 12 hours. No other OTC allergy itchy eye drop works faster or longer.** The new product is available without a prescription, for ages three years and older.

Additionally, ZYRTEC(R) has launched a new iPhone application just in time for fall. Allergy sufferers can now get the latest allergy and weather information at the touch of a button with the ZYRTEC(R) AllergyCast application for the iPhone and iPod touch. With ZYRTEC(R) AllergyCast, allergy sufferers can see a 48-hour allergy forecast, check the top allergens in their area and get the hourly, daily or 10-day weather forecast. Users will even be able to map out and compare pollen levels at multiple locations.

About Allergies

More than 50 million Americans suffer from indoor and outdoor allergic rhinitis, also known as upper respiratory allergies. Up to 40 percent of children are affected by allergic rhinitis. Allergies are caused when a person's immune system overreacts to normally harmless substances. These substances are often referred to as triggers. People can encounter indoor and outdoor allergy triggers anytime throughout the year that can lead to allergy symptoms. For children with allergies, the change of the seasons, sports, and even the school building itself can trigger symptoms like sneezing, runny nose and itchy-watery eyes.

About ZYRTEC(R)

ZYRTEC(R) (cetirizine HCl) is
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