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Health, Beauty And Wellness Regulatory News: Warnings, Alerts, Recalls

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Fourth recall of homeopathics linked to contaminated water; FDA posts alerts about Texas coop's products; and warnings note drug claims, GMP problems, same-site drug production.

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FDA deemed 469 homeopathic remedies manufactured by King Bio – marketed as Dr. King’s: Natural Medicine, Aquaflora, SafeCareRx and Safecare bands – and recalled since July as class I, indicating the agency considers that a violative product poses reasonable probability of serious adverse health consequences or death. Kingston Pharma recalls one lot of DG/health Naturals baby Cough Syrup + Mucus potentially contaminated and Ata Int.'s BlueFusion product marketed as a dietary supplement contains ED ingredients and other drugs.

Health, Beauty And Wellness News: Launches, Petition, Recalls, Ad Campaign, 'Irreparably Defective' SOP

Earth Mama offers mineral sunscreens; AHPA petitions for pullulan, adds Sustainability Subcommittee; POM Wonderful campaigns with 'Worry Monsters'; Herbalife perks iced protein; 'Disposal/Destruction of Irreparably Defective Articles' SOP draft ready; King Bio-linked homeopathic recalls expand; and Forager recalls protein shakes.

Health, Beauty And Wellness News: SIDI Protocol, Synthetic Labeling Survey, Recalls, Product Launches

Prebiotic aloe in a Veralixir shot; Carpe targets excessive sweating; Young Living offers subscriptions; Berry Sleepy puts $2.8m behind marketing; Jigsaw supports children's Mineral Power program; Trust Transparency survey on synthetic ingredient labeling; and Beaumont Bio homeopathics recalled.

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