I’m happy to update you that a new application for “Spinformation” has been developed! This new application is called “Accudial“. It will be applied on liquid OTC (over-the-counter) medication for adults and children, such as cough and cold and allergy medicine. Doctors have discovered that a high percentage of consumers aren’t taking the correct dosage for their weight. It sounds simple enough: if you weigh a certain amount, you should drink a certain amount of medicine so often. But too often, individuals consume an incorrect amount. The type is too small to read. With Spinformation, it is possible to line up how much you weigh with the correct dosage; the extra space on the label provides room for this new visual aid. The information is much less confusing. You can view the Accudial product at www.accuratedose.com
I’m excited because the benefit of this application is much closer to the one Spinformation was originally developed to provide; I came up with the idea after reading the prescription medicine was often take incorrectly and deaths had occurred as a result. Spinformation has been used in national campaigns to display recipe ideas (Lawry’s spices), the benefit of herbs (Rexall Sundown), how to prepare coffee (Newscafe), and for fun and games (Disney “Twist N Chill”). The information it provides in this new application is of great value! I’m happy to share about it.
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