BioLogic Health Solutions Launches New Web Site

BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, June 3, 2005 -- BioLogic Health Solutions Pty Ltd., makers of UroLogicTM, a branded dietary ingredient for occasional urinary incontinence associated with aging and childbirth, launched a new Web site, The site offers a comprehensive overview of the company, key supporting scientific research on their proprietary ingredients and easy-to-navigate facts about all of their products.

"The Web site is an essential part of our aggressive effort to educate our customers," stated Debra Seipel, President of BioLogic Health Solutions. "As the natural products industry continues to take on more of a global scope, we are committed to addressing our international audience and feel that our Web site directly addresses specific needs of our users."

The site reflects BioLogic's ongoing commitment to provide up-to-date, comprehensive information about the benefits of UroLogic. The proprietary natural formula in UroLogic contains the Western herb Horsetail, traditionally used to address the symptoms of urinary incontinence, and the Ayurvedic herb Crateva, that assists bladder tone, combined with added minerals to support nerve transmission. This unique ingredient has demonstrated positive results in human clinical research and testing and has been shown to be effective in addressing both stress and urge incontinence associated with aging and childbirth.

BioLogic Health Solutions, founded in 1999, is an Australia-based company who launched UroLogic in the U.S. in March 2005. All products at BioLogic Health Solutions are developed based on holistic, natural therapy principles with the added security of scientific research. The company conducts ongoing research with institutions around the world, including the Australian College of Natural Medicine (ACNM) and the Brisbane-based Applied Science and Nutrition Research, to ensure the highest levels of efficacy for addressing very specific health concerns.

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