Walgreen is testing heat pads at the stores of the company that claims it is “safer than air”.
According to the company, the heat pads can reduce the amount of air that gets in the house.
The company also says the heat pad will prevent “heat exhaustion” which is a condition that occurs when a person’s body temperature drops below 80 degrees Celsius.
The product, which Walgrews is selling in the United States, has not been tested in other countries.
The heat pad is sold in Walgwin’s retail stores in the US and Europe.
The tests, conducted by a Walgwerna laboratory, have not yet been completed, according to the product’s website.
The Walgwonas’ product is not the only product being tested at the Walgens in the USA.
The testing of the heatpad is being conducted by the University of Tennessee in Nashville.
According to a press release, the university’s Thermonuclear Advanced Thermonutics group has been contracted to conduct the tests at the University, and the results will be published in the next few weeks.
The Thermonomic team, which includes scientists from the university and the University Health System, will conduct the studies at the UHMC campus, and then they will return to the University to conduct more studies in Nashville, the release said.
“This is just the beginning,” the release continued.
“We hope that these results will shed some light on how to best use these products for indoor and outdoor applications.”
The University Health Systems has not yet responded to the Wall Street Journal’s request for comment.
Walgwen’s thermonuclear team is part of the university, as are the University Hospitals of South Carolina, the University at Buffalo, the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
The University of Buffalo has also conducted tests on a heatpad.
In the US, heat pads are considered an essential component of an indoor air purifier.
According the company website, the company provides the heat on the “most efficient, cost-effective, and most environmentally-friendly heat-absorbing and heat-controlling pads on the market”.
“We have the experience and expertise to ensure that every product that we sell meets these criteria,” the company said.
The news comes after Walgrees testing of its air purifiers.
According a report in the Wall St Journal, the heating pad testing comes at a time when the company is facing a shortage of heat in some parts of its stores.
A company spokesperson told the publication that the testing “is a precautionary measure to test the heat capacity of our heat pads”.
The tests were conducted on the companys own facilities and were not conducted on locations that are owned by third-party suppliers.