Worst Cities for Allergies Reported by Heel Inc.

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Heel's Pollen Post provides weekly update on allergies

"Worst cities for allergies this week are Boise, Idaho, Euguen, Ore., and Portland, Ore.

According to Heel Inc., the makers of Traumeel, the worst cities for allergies this week are Boise, Idaho, Eugene, Ore., and Portland, Ore. – this was reported in Heel’s Pollen Post. A weekly update on allergies and allergy related symptoms.

The post goes on to offer tips for avoiding allergy triggers while camping:

  •     Pick a camping spot clear of grasses or weeds.
  •     Air out and clean your tent of mold and dust before your trip.
  •     Sleep in. Pollen levels are highest in the morning.
  •     And enjoy nature without tears, sniffels or sneezes by keeping Adrisin™ on hand.

For more information go to http://www.heelusa.com or view the Adrisin video on YouTube.

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Heel is a science-based pharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures and distributes medicines based on natural substances. Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the company is a pioneer in the field of science-based homeopathic research on natural medicine and a global leader for the production of homeopathic, combination medications. With the help of its unique therapeutic concept based on Bioregulatory Medicine, Heel is working to build the bridge between conventional medicine and homeopathy. Heel medicines are available through physicians and licensed health care practitioners, independent pharmacies, retailers and fine natural product stores throughout the United States. For more information on other Heel products and their use please visit http://www.heelusa.com.

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For further information contact:
Joan Sullivan
Public Relations & Corporate Communications Manager
Heel Inc.
505-559-2952 (office)
505-366-9414 (mobile)
jsullivan(at)heelusa.com
http://www.heelusa.com

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