New Interactive CD-Rom to Teach How Immune System Works

Dr. John Upledger, founder of The Upledger Institute and recognized as an innovator and leading proponent in the investigation of new therapies, has produced a new interactive CD-Rom that is designed to teach people of all ages about their immune system. Created in conjunction with the New York design firm Glazer and Kalayjian, Inc., the Healthy Cells CD-Rom takes the viewer into the "Immune University," where each part of the immune system learns how to do its job to keep the body healthy. Each cell and organ that makes up the immune system has been given a "character," and each in turn explains its role in the immune system. From the saucy Natural Killer cell to the adorable Monocyte, each character is creative and fun for children to watch and is designed to explain complicated physiology as well.

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Also included on the CD-Rom is a relaxation exercise, designed to boost immune function. The accompanying animation takes the viewer for a ride inside the immune system, and all the cells that introduced themselves earlier show how they contribute to keeping the body healthy.

Packed with scientific information and presented in a fun and upbeat format, this CD-Rom is a great learning tool for health practitioners, educators, parents, and children, as well as anyone interested in learning about immune function.

Dr. John E. Upledger is President of The Upledger Institute, Inc. Dedicated to the natural enhancement of health, the Institute is recognized worldwide for the groundbreaking continuing-education programs, clinical research and therapeutic services it has provided since 1987. In addition to private sessions, the clinic offers a series of intensive therapy programs addressing concerns such as brain and spinal cord dysfunction, learning disabilities, autism and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Glazer and Kalayjian, Inc. is a full-service communications design group, creating award-winning integrated branding and marketing solutions for clients for 23 years. CEO Terry Glazer and President Vasken Kalayjian strive each year to devote some of their energy to non-profit companies like The Upledger Institute whose work they admire.

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SOURCE: The Upledger Institute; Glazer and Kalayjian, Inc.

CONTACT: Vasken Kalayjian of Glazer and Kalayjian, Inc.,
+1-212-687-3099; or Carol Bresnicky of The Upledger Institute,