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Marathoners Share Tom Brady and LaDainian Tomlinson Pain Relief Affinity
Date:12/3/2007

MyoMed Makes Big Splash with Las Vegas and Tucson Marathon Runners

PLEASANT GROVE, Utah, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Many runners use ibuprofen before an event to prevent inflammation and pain, but at the same time worry about the health effects. Recent studies by researchers at Appalachian State University and Vanderbilt University, published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, indicate that taking ibuprofen before exercise may be unhealthy in the long term. The practice leads to increased free radicals that have been linked to cancers, faster aging and Alzheimer's disease. This past weekend, marathon runners at both the Las Vegas and Tucson marathons raved over MyoMed (http://www.myomed.com), a topical, toxin-free alternative to ibuprofen. These marathoners had been looking for the same anti-inflammatory benefits that gained MyoMed endorsements from NFL superstars Tom Brady, LaDainian Tomlinson and Willie McGinest.

According to Jeff Baird, runner and tri-athlete from St. George, Utah, MyoMed offered him an ideal way to prevent the soreness he usually feels from lactic acid build up. It extended the time he was able to perform at his pain-free best.

"I'm a ranked marathon runner and tri-athlete," said Baird, "I've started using MyoMed as part of my training and performance program to keep this body moving. I'll use it before and after events. I can apply it anywhere I expect to feel muscle or joint pain to prevent pain and stiffness."

Runners at both marathon expos touted the need for a toxin-free anti-inflammatory as well as a sports cream that didn't smell and burn. In both cases, they said, MyoMed filled their needs.

MyoMed is available through health professionals, select sports shops, pharmacies, and online. For more information, visit http://www.myomed.com or call 866-696-6330.

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