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Halo Oral Antiseptic is making it safer to breathe the air Science has proven that germs can stay infectious and airborne for hours. If someone sneezes or coughs in the morning, their germs can linger in the air and infect another person hours later. In fact, 75 percent of daycares, 33 percent of medical offices and 67 percent of airplanes have enough airborne viruses to infect someone in one hour. Just in time for back to school and cough and cold season, Oasis Consumer Healthcare is making it safer to breathe the air you share with new Halo Oral Antiseptic. Halo is the first-ever, patent-pending, oral antiseptic spray that has been scientifically proven to kill 99.9 percent of infectious airborne germs, including a broad spectrum of bacteria and viruses, such as rhinovirus (the virus that causes the common cold), influenza and H1N1, and is clinically proven to kill airborne germs you breathe in for up to six hours. The active ingredient, Cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC, 0.1%), is an FDA-monographed oral antiseptic with a remarkably strong history of safety and efficacy. Once Halo is sprayed into the mouth, it coats the back of the oral cavity, or oropharynx, to provide a sustained antiseptic action that blocks and kills airborne germs

breathed in through the nose and mouth. The mouth is the single largest entry point for germs, and in six hours, the average person breathes nearly 600 gallons of air(2) that may contain infectious germs from other people's coughs, sneezes and breath vapor. Halo is available in the cough and cold section at major retailers nationwide in a convenient, travel-size 1 fl oz. (30 ml) bottle, providing 35 doses for a suggested retail price of $12.99. There are two flavors for adults, berry and citrus, and a grape flavor for children ages two and up. Halo is alcohol-, dye- and sugar-free. For more information about Halo and the dangers of airborne germs, visit www.halogermdefense.com and Halo Oral Antiseptic on Facebook and Twitter. Tue, Aug 7, 2012 1544-3760

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