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Sunday, March 20, 2011

PediaCare Giveaway

Oh I remember so well the days of fevers, sniffles and coughing.  It was always tough seeing one of our little ones sick.  We always felt so helpless.  The first thing I learned as a new parent was which medications I could trust.  PediaCare was always a brand recommended by our doctor  and it is a that we trusted as our children grew.

Statistics show that preschool-aged children have around nine colds per year, kindergartners can have 12 colds per year and adolescents have about seven colds per year (cold season runs from September through March/April).

This could potentially mean a lot of days off from school or missed days from work for mom and dad!  We can’t keep the kids home every time they have a runny or stuffy nose with an occasional cough but the question most of us are faced with is what products are safe and effective for our children; helping to keep them comfortable while they fight the cold.

Introducing, the PediaCare® line of products – with and without acetaminophen -- for children and infants – which address most sick-child situations: cough, cold, allergy, flu, congestion, fever and pain. Product offerings, in kid-pleasing flavors, match the formulations of the recent recall of children’s Tylenol products. In particular, PediaCare Infant and Children’s fever and pain reducers are a great solution for moms wanting a branded acetaminophen alternative. 

Free IPhone Application to help make your choice
To guide parents in choosing the best over-the-counter medicine for their child, PediaCare® launched the PediaCare Shopper’s Guide, a free iPhone application that helps parents with children ages 1-11 to select the product which best addresses the symptoms their child is experiencing. It also helps parents to understand which products require a dosage recommendation from a pediatrician based on age restrictions. The PediaCare Shopper’s Guide also supplies you with complete product information, including a link to the PediaCare website for full product descriptions including dosage directions.

The iPhone application is not a diagnostic tool, but is designed for informational purposes only and does not constitute a medical diagnosis. The new iPhone application is available for free download at or on iTunes.

PediaCare is offering one of Victoria's Voice followers two (2) bottles of pediaCare.  The items to be given away are:
  • PediaCare Childrens Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever (cherry or grape, ages 2-11)
  • PediaCare Childrens Fever Reduce Plus Multi-Symptom Cold (ages 6-11, okay for ages 4 & 5 with dosage directed by pediatrician.

Giveaway  ends at 11:59 PM on 4/13/11.  The winner will be chosen via and will be notified by email.  The winner will have 48 hours to claim prize or prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be selected.
Please ensure that you have my email saved in your contacts so that your notification email should you be selected does not go to your spam folder. You can get my email address by clicking on the contact button at the top of the blog. 

Tell me why you would want to win PediaCare.  This must be done first in order for your entry to count.

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Good Luck!!
I was not compensated for a positive review of this product.  All opinions are my own.


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