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Survey Finds Mothers Take Children's Health Into Their Own Hands
Date:11/17/2009

ed pharmacist. "That is why Bionorica's mission is to bring people good health from nature, backed by the latest and most rigorous science. Our plant-based products are backed by controlled double-blind studies and have been used for decades with no history of serious side effects."

Methodology

These findings are from six telephone surveys conducted among 6,009 adults (3,006 males and 2,003 females). The sample was further screened to yield an unweighted sample of 433 females who are the parent or legal guardian of a child aged two through 12. The findings in this report are based on that smaller sample. Interviewing for this survey was completed during the period October 1-5, 8-12 and 22-26, 2009. Opinion Research Corporation of Princeton, NJ, conducted the fieldwork.

About Bionorica

Bionorica is one of the world's leading makers of clinically-proven health products and has the highest sales of natural remedies in Germany. Established more than 75 years ago, Bionorica developed, identifies and researches the best in nature, using the most innovative technology to create effective and safe remedies. The company recently introduced Sinupret® for Kids to the U.S., a product used in Europe for over 30 years for nasal, sinus and respiratory support. The company's other clinically-tested products available in the U.S. include Bronchipret® for lower respiratory support, Cyclopret® and Menopret® for women's health, and Flexipret(TM) for minor joint and back pain. For more information visit www.bionoricausa.com.

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