BioElectronics hand bags second place in the medical gadget category of this year’s 2009 Wall Road Journal Innovation Award BioElectronics Corp. , the maker of inexpensive, disposable drug-free anti-inflammatory gadgets, today announced it’s been chosen as a runner up in the medical gadget category of this year’s 2009 Wall Road Journal Invention Awards unveiled in the current global editions and on the web. The award was presented with for the business’s wearable patch that uses pulsed electromagnetic energy to provide drug-free treatment for a number of circumstances. Richard Staelin, Chairman of the Panel of BioElectronics, stated, ‘We are gratified that such a prestigious firm has validated the task of BioElectronics administration to provide our innovative technology to advertise.Montgomery-Downs, PhD, of West Virginia University, centered on the parents of those children who underwent overnight polysomnography, who filled out a short survey about whether the young child have been breast, formula or both breasts and method fed as an infant. There have been 197 surveys completed. The common age of the children during polysomnography was 6.7 years. Fifty-two % of them were formula fed, 10 % breast fed and 38 % both formula and breast fed as infants.