The 4th edition of the BajkOLAndia charity event, originated and organized by Aleksandra Mikołajczyk, an actress known from the TV series "Na Wspólnej" [Wspólna Street], attracted many people to the Children's Health Institute. Among the guests there were Marta Kielczyk, Agnieszka Wielgosz, Jadwiga Gryń, Władysław Grzywna, children, pupils from the Argonaut International School, patients from the Children's Health Institute and their parents.
The GOOD BRAND title is awarded to the best developing and popular brands present in the Polish market. As part of the programme, for the sixth time, the editors of Forum Biznesu and Biznes Trendy have carried out a survey aiming at the specification of the value, activity and recognizability of particular brands.
The analyses based on widely available sources focused chiefly on the market position of particular brands and their progress, the quality of a particular product or service, and the consumers' and customers' level of trust.
Menoplant Soy-a 40+ has been chosen by pharmacists the best Product of the Year in the category "Preparations for the menopause", for the third time in a row.
The first place in a poll organized by the Pharmacy Publishing House and the title of the Product of the Year 2015 confirm that Menoplant Soy-a 40+ is a well-known and highly valued product, and not only by mature women who want to improve the comfort of their life, but also by pharmacists.
1200 participants as well as 20 non-governmental organizations from Małopolska and several partner firms took part in the Second Congress of Women in Małopolska held on 7 March 2015 in the ICE Congress Centre Kraków. ASA, who has supported cultural and educational projects addressed to women for many years, also participated in the Congress.
PlusMag B6 is an innovative preparation developed for those who value effectiveness, top quality and comfort of use. It contains not only magnesium, but also an additional component - vitamin B6. Due to it, there is a 40% improvement in the magnesium absorption rate.
Research shows that more and more Poles suffer from magnesium deficiencies every year. Currently, it is almost 60% of grown up Poles, both women and men. And magnesium is necessary for the proper functioning of the entire body, and its deficiency may lead to serious diseases!