South Jordan, UT (PRWEB) January 20, 2011
Today, Honey Naturals LLC, the makers of ZarBee's Children’s Cough Syrup, announced the launch of its new online ZarBee’s Nurse Twitter profile. ZarBee’s Nurse is available to help answer those nagging questions that plague parents during all hours of the day and night. According to the National Health Interview Survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and National Center for Health Statistics, 51% of adults 18 to 64 used the Internet to look up health information at some point over a 12-month period.(1) ZarBee’s Nurse will answer questions tweeted to her @ZarBeesNurse on her Twitter page and ZarBees.com.
“I have been a registered nurse for more than 14 years and I’m a mother to four children ranging from kindergarten to teenagers,” said the ZarBee’s Nurse. “I’m excited to be able to share some tricks on handling runny noses, croupy coughs and more.”
ZarBee’s Nurse will respond to questions related to general pediatric health concerns, however her tweets are not intended to diagnose, prevent, or treat illness; rather they are meant to be informative.
“Enlisting a qualified health professional and mom like ZarBee’s Nurse is part of the conscious consumer track that Honey Naturals LLC is creating in the mainstream marketplace,” said ZarBee’s Chief Executive Officer Bryce Johnson. “Safety and effectiveness are top priorities when it comes to our consumer products and disseminating educational health information.”
About Honey Naturals
Honey Naturals was founded in March 2008 by pediatrician Dr. Zak Zarbock. The company’s flagship product, ZarBee’s, is an all-natural cough syrup that provides relief from coughs due to throat irritation while simultaneously boosting the immune system. Dr. Zarbock has brought together a unique blend of dark honeys to maximize their antioxidant potential. Coupled with vitamin C and zinc gluconate, ZarBee’s Cough Syrup is a must in every parent’s medicine cabinet. For more information, visit http://www.ZarBees.com.
Disclaimer: ZarBeesNurse is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or be a substitute for sound medical advice from your health care provider.