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World's First Non-Contact Thermometer for Children Now Available at Walgreens Nationwide
Date:11/20/2007

fear of scalding bathwater or milk that's just too hot or too cold and the memory function stores up to nine temperature readings so that you can track a fever and know whether your child is recovering or getting worse -- and that you need a trip to the doctor. The Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 is non-invasive, quick, precise, hygienic, safe, and trauma-free.

"At Walgreens, we're always seeking out new products that offer solutions to consumer needs," said Robert Tompkins, Divisional Merchandise Manager for Health and Wellness for Walgreens Stores. "We believe the Thermofocus(R) 5-in- 1 will have strong appeal for parents and we're pleased to be the exclusive U.S. retailer of this advanced technology."

The Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1 retails for $99.95

ABOUT THE No Touch Thermofocus(R) 5-in-1

-- Totally non-invasive

-- Easy to use

-- Takes a temperature in less than one second

-- Uses completely safe infrared technology

-- More hygienic than other thermometers

-- Readings displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius

-- Keeps up to 9 readings in memory

-- Needs no cover or packaging for storing

-- Meets or exceeds ASTM E thermometry standards within +/-0.4F when used

properly and has a 510k FDA registration.

-- Powered by 4 AAA batteries (included) for up to 10,000 readings

ABOUT KIDZ-MED, INC

Kidz-Med, Inc. (http://www.kidzmed.com), a division of American Scientific Resources, (ASFX-OTC) was founded in 1993 by Dr. Christopher Tirotta to create the children's pre-operative educational videos "A Hospital Trip With Dr. Bip" and "Dr. Bip's New Baby Tips". Today, Kidz-Med, Inc. is leading the pediatric and children's health and safety products industry in innovation by providing the most revolutionary patented family-friendly products sourced from around the globe to help keep children safe and parents reassured.

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