Did you happen to catch Thursday’s episode of “Good Morning America?” If you did, you were one of 3.8 million viewers who saw Boiron Children’s Oscillococcinum, Children’s Chestal and Children’s Coldcalm Pellets during a segment on natural remedies for cold and flu.
Pediatrician Dr. Lawrence Rosen, on behalf of Kiwi Magazine, was interviewed by GMA co-host Sam Champion. Along with the Boiron medicines, he highlighted other safe and natural treatment solutions, such as a neti pot, eucalyptus oil, and chicken noodle soup, which can help viewers make it through cold and flu season.
During the segment, Dr. Rosen said that Oscillo is “the most popular flu remedy in the world.” In an accompanying article on abcnews.go.com/GMA, Dr. Rosen added, “Boiron’s Chestal and Coldcalm are two good options for kids who are fighting a cold and cough, especially if parents are wary of using conventional over-the-counter products.”
Dr. Rosen is a board-certified general pediatrician committed to family-centered, holistic child health care. His primary care practice, the Whole Child Center, is located in northern New Jersey. Dr. Rosen is a nationally recognized expert in Pediatric Integrative Medicine, acting as Chair of the Integrative Pediatrics Council, a non-profit group dedicated to transforming children's health care. Dr. Rosen is also a founding member and Vice-Chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Complementary and Integrative Medicine. He is a columnist and medical advisor for Kiwi Magazine.
If you missed the episode, don’t worry! Here’s a link: http://bit.ly/aD1PbM.