Competitor Gas-X Objects To DulcoGas ‘Maximum Strength’ Label

Competitor Gas-X Objects To DulcoGas ‘Maximum Strength’ Label

When you see the words “Maximum Strength” plastered on a container of over-the-counter medicine, you most likely assume that the drug contains the highest dose that you can buy without a prescription, or the maximum dose that a person can take in one day. “Maximum strength” really has no fixed meaning, and that’s what has led to a dispute between two companies that make anti-flatulence medications. [More]

Excedrin, NoDoz, Bufferin & Gas-X Recalled For Stray & Broken Tablets

Excedrin, NoDoz, Bufferin & Gas-X Recalled For Stray & Broken Tablets

The makers of Excedrin, NoDoz, Bufferin and Gas-X Prevention have issued a voluntary recall of select bottle packaging configurations of those products, because they might include stray tablets from other products or broken or chipped tablets. [More]