Get Healthy: New Products

2013-04-16T00:00:00Z 2013-04-18T14:57:08Z Get Healthy: New ProductsBy Times Staff
April 16, 2013 12:00 am  • 

Limited Edition T-shirts Benefit Save the Children

Babies"R"Us will carry specially designed t-shirts from the Truly Scrumptious collection by Heidi Klum to help inspire creativity among kids, while raising awareness for its longtime charitable partner Save the Children, an organization that creates lasting change in the lives of children in need. The fun, monster-themed t-shirts for kids, sizes newborn to 5T, were designed by Johan, 6-year-old son of world-renowned fashion icon and mom of four Heidi Klum. In conjunction with this initiative, Babies"R"Us has donated $50,000 to help Save the Children provide support to young children in impoverished regions around the country.

Dream Water All-natural Sleep Aid

Dream Water is the first natural sleep enhancer with zero calories, natural active ingredients and no preservatives that help users relax and fall asleep. Why not make better use of the nighttime by rejuvenating and getting the proper amount of sleep? Dream Water helps provide a full nights sleep so users wake up feeling refreshed. Dream Water is sold in over 40,000 locations nationwide including: Walmart, CVS, Walgreen, Kroger, Safeway and Target and over 1,000 airport retailers. It comes in three flavors, Snoozeberry, nightTea night, and Paradise PM sold at $2.99 a shot. Learn more at

GNC offers "Me on GNC" sweepstakes

GNC, the nation's largest specialty retailer of health, wellness and sports nutrition products, is launching a nationwide campaign for customers to enter their own personal health and wellness success stories in the Me on GNC photo and video contest. The competition offers $100,000 in prizes for the best photo and video submissions. During the voting phase (7/15-8/15), $100 gift cards will be given out randomly to one hundred participants, just for voting for their favorite photo or video entry. To enter the Me on GNC contest, go to

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