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Building Block Stress Ball Item# SB891
as low as $1.15
Puzzle Piece Stress Ball Item# SB892
as low as $1.34

Toy stress balls make great products for any business or organization that needs entertain kids of any age. In the healthcare industry? Try using these items in doctor's office waiting rooms. Give one to each new little patient to play with and squeeze while he waits for his appointment. Doctors' offices can be an enormous source of anxiety to kids both well and sick. From vaccines to radiation treatment, kids can be overcome with fear as they face scary intrusions upon their bodies. Help them understand doctors’ offices and hospitals don’t have to be so frightening. And hey -- adults probably wouldn’t mind having a toy stress ball or two to play with either, for that matter. Imprint the items with your practice’s logo and let patients take them home to be reminded of their positive experience for years to come.

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