EDD: Allerpops Of Los Alamos Among Grant Awardees

The team at Molten Salt Solutions is among eight companies awarded a $25,000 Science & Technology Business Start Up Grant. Courtesy/EDD

Allerpops of Los Alamos is among eight companies awarded a $25,000 Science & Technology Business Start Up Grant. Courtesy/EDD

EDD News:

SANTA FE — New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes has announced that eight New Mexico high-growth-potential companies, including AllerPops Corp. of Los Alamos, were awarded Science & Technology Business Start Up Grants at $25,000 each for a total of $200,000. Read More

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Nambe Drugs Offers Local Allergy Remedy AllerPops

AllerPops inventor Cliff Han, center left, with Nambe Drugs co-owner Tom Lovett and staff holding boxes of AllerPops at the pharmacy at 111 Central Park Square. Courtesy photo
 
NAMBE DRUGS News:
 
Nambe Drugs, a family-owned pharmacy in Los Alamos and Santa Fe, is now carrying AllerPops, a natural allergy remedy that corrects the underlying cause of allergies instead of masking the symptoms.
 
“I think it’s going to be a very effective product. The people who suffer from allergies should give it a shot,” said Tom Lovett, a registered pharmacist and co-owner of Nambe Drugs. “Anytime
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On The Job In Los Alamos: AllerPops Founder Cliff Han

On the job in Los Alamos is AllerPops founder Cliff Shunsheng Han explaining the science behind AllerPops to Kimberly Underwood of Santa Fe Monday in his office at 1650 Trinity Dr. Suite 103. Han is a biologist who engineered the natural, prebiotic lollipops to help allergry sufferers combat the annual allergy season, he said. Learn more at http://www.allerpops.com or call 505.695.4236. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.com
 
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Los Alamos Co-Op Now Offers AllerPops

AllerPops are now sold at the Los Alamos Co-Op Market. Courtesy photo
 
BUSINESS News:
 
The Los Alamos Co-Op now offers locally made AllerPops in its supplement section.
 
AllerPops are prebiotic lollipops that relieve allergy symptoms like nasal congestion, throat irritation and red itchy eyes by promoting a healthy respiratory tract and healthy immune system.
 
“I’m looking forward to offering AllerPops at the Co-Op,” Co-Op’s Wellness Manager Diane Devlin said. “They’re super local and allergy season is coming. I hope they do well.”
 
AllerPops were developed
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AllerPops Encourages Users To Share Experiences

Knoze Jr. participated in last weekend’s ScieneFest event. Courtesy photo

BUSINESS News:

Cliff Han, maker and founder of AllerPops, recently announced a call to gather feedback from customers of his unique allergy-fighting prebiotic lollipops at http://knozejr.com/share-your-experience/. To connect new customers with the user experiences of past customers, AllerPops initiated #iTuneMyAllergiesUsingAllerPops.

Customers are invited to use the hashtag to create and post text messages and video selfies using AllerPops, all while receiving an Amazon gift card or a People Read More

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AllerPops Poised To Help Allergy Sufferers

AllerPops founder Cliff Han, right, with his former LANL postdoc Dongping Wang at the American Society of Microbiology conference June 7-11 in Atlanta, Ga. Courtesy photo

 
BUSINESS News:
 
Knoze Jr. (https://knozejr.com/) recently launched a line of natural, prebiotic lollipops, AllerPops, engineered by biologist Cliff Han to help allergy sufferers combat the yearly allergy season.
 
Using his expertise and experience as a biologist, Han’s prebiotic candy uses the science behind prebiotics (substances that encourage beneficial-bacterial growth) to promote
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Han: Jiefeng ‘Receiving The Wind & Washing Off Dust’

By CLIFF HAN
AllerPops founder
Los Alamos

This spring juniper reminds me of an old story. Some years ago, I paid a final visit to a dying relative during a trip back to China. Their family lived in a small village. As we walked into their front yard, the son prepared us a bowl of water and a towel for us to wash our hands and face.

After thinking the process a little odd, I followed suit. This is the traditional custom in the area of my hometown to welcome visitors.

In Chinese, it is jiefengxichen (接风洗尘, usually shortened as jiefeng), and in direct translation, “receiving the wind and washing off dust.” Read More

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HAN: TRIAD, Let My Brothers And Sisters Work

By CLIFF HAN
Los Alamos

WWII was the most devastating and destructive wars of all time. It began when Adolph Hitler took power at a time when Germany was economically and politically unstable. He invaded Poland, and made treaties with Italy and Japan to enhance his ability to dominate the entire world and proceeded to murder 6 million Jews in what he called the “final solution”.

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) was established when the world’s leading scientists wanted to create a weapon that would put an end to Hitler’s plan and the unspeakable devastation of the war.

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Letter To The Editor: Growing Up As Asian American In Los Alamos –The Model Minority Myth

By OLIVIA KOO
Los Alamos

Growing up in Los Alamos is often seen as a blessing and as a curse. Having grown up and having attended the Los Alamos Public Schools since I was in kindergarten, I would wholly agree with this statement.

There’s a certain charm and comfort in the familiarity of your classmates as you grow up with each other from elementary school to middle school to high school. But then again, the awkwardness I feel seeing my teachers shopping at Smith’s hasn’t ever really gone away, even though I’m a high school junior. You’d think I would’ve gotten used to it by now.

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Han: We May Finish COVID-19 Pandemic With Less Fatality This Summer By Raising Curve

Proposal on how to avoid fall resurgence of the COVID-19 health crisis. Chart courtesy of Dr. Cliff Han

By DR. CLIFF HAN
Los Alamos

With all the talk of flattening the coronavirus pandemic curve of infections, we can also ask the question another way: When should we raise the curve?

This accompanying chart is one we’re all used to by now: showing the number of newly infected people during the course of a pandemic. The CDC is currently trying to flatten the curve with preventive measures so that the pandemic will not overwhelm the healthcare system. But, if the priority is saving lives, then actually Read More

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