MC Square Stress Management Gadget Launches In The United States

Posted: Oct 24 2005, 8:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:41pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

MC Square Stress Management Gadget Launches in the United States
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Global Technology Group announced today that it is making Daeyang E&C Co., Ltd.'s Education and Communication product, MC Square, available in the United States.

We just reported about the MC Square Brainwave gadget a couple days ago, when it was just available in Korea.

The MC Square device has been used in Asia to promote stress reduction, relaxation, and improved concentration. MC square research studies are underway at the University of Pennsylvania Stress Management Center by Drs. Michael J. Baime and Amiha Jha, and at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Department of Neurology by Drs. Michael R. Sperling and Joseph I. Tracy. There are no official results yet from those US institutions.There is no information on when exactly and for how much the MC Square will sell in the United States.
More details in this press-release and on the Daeyang site.

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