Nutramax’s joint supplements featured in new book
EDGEWOOD, Md. Nutramax Labs last week announced that their premium joint health supplements Cosamin ASU and Cosamin DS were specified as the preferred joint health supplements in a new book from Nicholas DiNubile — “Framework for the Lower Back.”
“Dr. DiNubile’s ‘Framework Pyramid’ stresses the importance of exercise, nutrition and the mind in maintaining health,” stated Troy Henderson, VP corporate operations and professional services at Nutramax. “We are pleased that our Cosamin products are listed as the cornerstone for connective tissue support.”
DiNubile said, “I prefer Cosamin ASU and Cosamin DS from Nutramax Laboratories because they are useful in protecting joints. In addition, Cosamin has the studies and contains only high-quality ingredients.”
Elations rewards baby boomer volunteer force
CINCINNATI Elations recently announced the launch of the “Boomers Building a Better America” initiative, a program designed to reward baby boomers who are an active part of the volunteer force in the United States.
Former Olympic gymnasts and community activists, Nadia Comaneci and her husband Bart Conner, are kicking-off this program and will help choose the top projects pitched by boomers who will be awarded cash grants coupled with the expert advice, resources and tools to help them get their projects done.
Spurred in part by the tight job market and down economy, baby boomers with altruistic goals are more and more volunteering in place of donating, Elations stated.
“Elations launched this campaign to help fuel this growing population of active volunteers, motivate more people to get involved and to recognize their efforts and the positive impact they are having on communities around the country,” said Michael Burton, Elations director of marketing.
Quigley now ProPhase Labs
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. Following its annual shareholders meeting held here last week, shareholders voted to change the name of the Quigley Corp. to ProPhase Labs Inc. The name change became effective as of Thursday, May 6. The new corporate Web site will be www.prophaselabs.com.
“The vote was a culmination and affirmation of more than a year of very hard work,” stated ProPhase CEO Ted Karkus. “The shareholder support for our team is very much appreciated. Our new identity sets the stage for a new growth phase for our company by improving our image with our important retailers as well as with investors.”
The roll-out of the corporate identity change to ProPhase Labs will occur over the next six-to-eight weeks, which will include a new corporate log and new packaging for Cold-Eeze and Kids-Eeze.