Think you've had bad service? Tripp & Tyler team up with UrgentRx to put hidden cameras around a restaurant and give unsuspecting patrons a dining experience they'll never forget.
Tripp and Tyler team up with UrgentRx to prank unsuspecting coffee shop patrons and deliver them a killer headache with the most annoying coffee shop personalities.
Think you're prepared for a job interview? You're not ready for what happens when Tripp & Tyler team up with UrgentRx to deliver a monster headache to unsuspecting interviewees.
Stuck in traffic with a screaming baby. What could go wrong? After a long day, a traffic jam and a cranky baby are just icing on top of the headache cake. UrgentRx understands your pain.
Stuck in coach with a first class case of the sh*^s. What could go wrong? When you have an upset stomach and are stuck on an airplane, only UrgentRx understands your pain.
UrgentRx founder Jordan Eisenberg is interviewed by Gary Shapiro on 9News Denver. Additional information available at or
Jordan Eisenberg, founder and CEO of UrgentRx goes on Fox Business news to talk fundraising, market strategy and taking on big Pharma.
Bad things happen away from your medicine cabinet, like the time you're meeting your girlfriend's parents for the first time.
UrgentRx has accepted and completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! Thanks to Go Spot Check for nominating us. We now challenge the UrgentRx sales team (you know who you are) and all of our great Facebook fans! The first 100 fans to accept the challenge and tag us in their video will receive an UrgentRx prize pack! We will also be making a donation to The ALS Association.
9News' Matt Renoux reports on UrgentRx saving the life of a Vail skier. Additional information available at or
Heart attacks can strike anywhere, any time and without notice. That's what happened to Dave Bentley while skiing the slopes of Vail. He never thought he would suffer a heart attack, and he credits UrgentRx Critical Care Aspirin with saving his life.
Heart attacks can strike any where, any time and without notice. That's what happened to Dave Bentley while skiing the slopes of Vail. He never thought he would suffer a heart attack, and he credits UrgentRx Critical Care with saving his life.
What can increase your odds of survival when experiencing symptoms of a heart attack? Learn about the 325mg story.
What has UrgentRx done lately? Watch the clip and find out! Includes appearances from Ellen, The Doctors, Fox Business News and more!
UrgentRx founder Jordan Eisenberg is interviewed by Erik Williams on Plum TV Vail. Additional information available at or
UrgentRx Founder and CEO Jordan Eisenberg is interviewed with heart-attack survivor David Bentley of Vail, CO by Colorado & Company host Denise Plante.
The UrgentRx Pain Fairies are on the lookout for overindulging Broncos fans this season. They're dishing out headaches and heartburn to any tailgater that crosses in their path! Not to worry loyal fans! UrgentRx is right behind them handing out ridiculously fast acting headache and heartburn relief to go. Phew! Now back to cheering on those Broncos!
UrgentRx founder Jordan Eisenberg interviewed on CBS 4 Haystack News in Denver, CO. Additional information available at or
What should you take on your summer road trip? UrgentRx Fast Powders let you take your medicines while you are on the go. No fishing around for bottles of pills, or pulling over to refill your water bottle.
Heart attack survivor and Vail resident David Bentley talks about his experience with UrgentRx (administered by Vail Ski Patrol to save his life). Additional information available at or
UrgentRx is featured on CW2's The Everyday Show with hosts Chris Parente and Natalie Tysdal. Additional information available at or
Manhattan is full of unsuspecting citizens who are tormented on a daily basis by headaches, allergies and heart burn. But who is responsible for these daily afflictions? The Pain Fairies! Luckily for these New Yorkers, the UrgentRx Relief Team is close at hand.
Jack Lewin, CEO of the ACC, endorses UrgentRx on CardioSource News. Additional information available at or
Okay, aside from the rings, you don't want to leave home without this. It could make the difference between wedded bliss and disaster.
Football season is finally upon us and with that comes tailgating. Just make sure tailgating doesn't get the best of you; pack UrgentRx.
You could jog, eat right and feel healthy and still be at risk for a heart attack. What can you do to be prepared? 325mg of aspirin taken at the first symptom of a heart attack can increase your odds of survival.
What's the most valuable thing in your wallet? It may just increase your odds of surviving a heart attack.
Dr. Freeman suggests carrying UrgentRx Critical Care, especially during the holidays. The time between Thanksgiving and New Years is considered heart attack season and it is important to always be prepared.