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October 6, 1993 | James M. Gomez Times staff writer
An Austrian manufacturer of pharmaceutical products has found a new home in Lake Forest. Bio-Health Inc., based in Mariapfarr, Austria, in June opened a distribution and sales office to market one of its products, a food-supplement capsule made of mare's milk. The company's product, called Equimilk, has already been distributed throughout Europe for years and is now available in health food stores in Southern California, said company spokeswoman Lisa Zwick.
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October 6, 1993 | James M. Gomez Times staff writer
An Austrian manufacturer of pharmaceutical products has found a new home in Lake Forest. Bio-Health Inc., based in Mariapfarr, Austria, in June opened a distribution and sales office to market one of its products, a food-supplement capsule made of mare's milk. The company's product, called Equimilk, has already been distributed throughout Europe for years and is now available in health food stores in Southern California, said company spokeswoman Lisa Zwick.
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October 21, 1993 | Anne Michaud / Times staff writer
Add Advertising: Morgan Marketing & Public Relations in Tustin has been chosen to handle advertising, public relations and marketing for Synergy Wellness Centers, a natural products and services company based in De Soto, Tex. . . . . TH&M Advertising in Irvine has been selected to handle public relations and advertising services for Bio-Health Inc., a Lake Forest-based maker of food supplements and beauty products made from horse milk. . . .
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August 26, 1985 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
Georgia Starr, a 42-year-old Santa Ana homemaker, has spent the last 20 years trying to lose the extra pounds she said she's been carrying around since her 20s. She gained five pounds in five weeks on Weight Watchers. She tried doctors, protein drinks, Overeaters Anonymous, the Scarsdale Diet and every fad advertised. Weight wasn't Starr's only problem. She was always tired, and unfounded anxieties ruled her life, she said. "I'd get claustrophobia in the grocery store," Starr said.
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