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UV Technologies, LLC, Makers of UV-Aid® Release Results of Study Showing Photo-Oxidation Technology Highly Effective in Preventing Colds, Flu, and Ear Infections
Date:12/22/2013

Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) December 22, 2013

UV Technologies, LLC of Fort Myers, Florida reported today results of a survey of UV-Aid customers for the past three years. UV-Aid technology uses light to stimulate the body to produce hydrogen peroxide through the natural process of photo-oxidation. Hydrogen peroxide is a highly effective, safe, and natural anti-bacterial and anti-viral agent. Customers and participants ranged in age from infants to adults aged 70 plus. Nearly an equal proportion of males and females participated. Exposure was restricted to four times per day with a limit of four to five seconds for nose and ear passages and seven to 10 seconds for the mouth and throat. No award or financial consideration was given for positive feedback.

Over 90 percent of respondents reported positive results. UV-Aid use included prevention of flu, colds, ear infections, sinus infections, and sore throats. A large majority, over 80 percent, said they were very satisfied with UV-Aid and nearly an equal number said they would recommend UV-Aid to a friend or family member. Zero UV-Aid customers complained of any side effects.

Less than 0.5 percent of the customers reported less than a positive experience. The primary reason for the contrary feedback was faulty or damaged units which was quickly remedied.

Kevin McGuire, President of UV Technologies, LLC, and inventor of UV-Aid stated, "This survey, covering over three years of UV-Aid use, represents users in nearly every state and a half dozen foreign countries. This survey provides compelling evidence to the effectiveness of UV-Aid and the technology which it is based. In addition to the positive survey, we have established a perfect record with the

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