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Her gifts to care givers multiply benefits

Hilda T told us:

“I have ordered the CopperZap and I want to order some more.  I am giving them away to family and friends. 

The ones I have given them to say they’re amazing.  I want to give more to family and some of my friends who are care givers.”

Hilda is great to be concerned about care givers.  She may not realize how much a gift of a CopperZap to a care giver or other healthcare worker can multiply the benefits and spread them to many other people.

Bad germs spread easily in care-giving situations, not only at home but especially in care-giving and other health facilities.  Workers in those facilities may visit numerous patients or residents every day, inadvertently contributing to the spread.

Care givers not only get sick themselves, but also unintentionally cause bad germs to spread throughout the facility.   We have heard it said that if one person in a nursing home or assisted living facility gets a respiratory illness, pretty soon nearly everyone has it.

Care givers can’t do their job without close contact.  Close contact often means exposure to bad germs.  Many care givers are paid too little to afford adequate protection.

A gift of a CopperZap can make a big difference, well beyond the person who receives it.  If they use copper to keep themselves healthy, they can cut the spread of bad germs to others.

Care givers and medical professionals should use a CopperZap on their hands and fingers for a few seconds between patient visits, and in their nose for 30 seconds per side about 2-3 hours into the workday, and again about 5-6 hours into the workday, and again when they leave for the day.

Using copper in the nose can kill bad germs that might otherwise make them sick.  Using copper on hands and fingers can kill bad germs they may have picked up in a sick person’s room, so they don’t deposit those bad germs in the next room.

Using it on hands and fingers also leaves a slight trace of copper on the next things they touch, which can protect everyone else at least a little, even those who may not have their own CopperZaps yet.

Copper is important in doctors’ offices and all other health facilities, too.  Hospitals that have installed copper touch surfaces, like faucets and doorknobs, report a decline in hospital-acquired infections of more than 50%.

There is no way to know how many lives that is saving.  And that’s not even with CopperZaps for personal mobile use in the hospital, which is the next step some medical professionals tell us they are taking.

So when you give a CopperZap to a care giver or healthcare worker, your gift can multiply the benefit and help many other people avoid illness.

Way to go, Hilda!

             Doug Cornell, PhD


People use CopperZaps against:
   Colds and Flu
   Sinus trouble from germs
   Cold sores or Fever blisters
   Canker sores that get infected
   Sleep disruption by congestion
   Stuffy nose, Drippy nose
   Mold allergies
   Hay fever worsened by Bacteria
   Strep throat
   Pink Eye and Styes
   Skin infections
   Infected sores
   Cuts and Wounds
   Thrush and Tongue infections
   Getting sick after air travel 

CopperZaps are made in the US of solid pure American germ-killing copper.
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Tucson, Arizona 85711 

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