In Brief: NARB allows MidNite PM “faster” claim, Oral-B survives ad challenge, For Goodness Shakes’ online ad offensive
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NARB allows “faster” sleep claim for MidNite PM; P&G survives ad challenge; Cardium sells To Go; OxyElite Pro recall expanded; FDA warns of tainted supplements; For Goodness Shakes’ Internet video offensive; and CHPA nominates Pediatric Advisory Committee members.
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