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UV-Aid New Technology Utilizes Hydroxyls to Eliminate Bacteria and Viruses Helping Prevent Colds, Flu, and Ear Infections
Date:2/28/2013

Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Every second of every day, countless invisible reactions happen inside and around our bodies helping to keep the air clean and our bodies free of disease. Oxygen, the element necessary for life, reacts with other elements especially hydrogen forming hydroxyls. Hydroxyls are called nature's detergents for their ability to remove dangerous greenhouse gases and other contaminants from the sky. Hydroxyls are also used by white blood cells in the body to kill bacteria and viruses.

UV-Aid, a patent pending supplement, developed by UV Technologies of Fort Myers, Florida, has found a new groundbreaking method of using hydroxyls, nature's detergent, to help kill bacteria and viruses preventing colds, flu, and ear infections. The light emitted by UV-Aid has been shown to produce hydrogen peroxide when exposed to skin. This hydrogen peroxide then reacts with other elements producing hydroxyls known for their ability to remove unwanted bacteria and viruses. A team at Boston University School of Medicine found antibiotics work in a similar fashion by producing hydroxyls that penetrate the cell walls of bacteria, eventually killing them. The difference between antibiotics and UV-Aid technology is the precision and accuracy of the two methods. Antibiotics kill both good and bad bacteria throughout the human body. The rise in "superbugs" (highly antibiotic resistant bacteria) like MRSA and deadly CRE is attributable to the misuse and overuse of antibiotics. UV-Aid directs light only to specific areas of the body helping to kill bacteria in the ear, nose, and
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