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  • proper n. An antacid medication of aluminum and magnesium hydroxide.


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  • The Lancaster plant, owned by a J&J and Merck joint venture, makes heartburn medicines Pepcid and Mylanta; Merck is not subject to the decree.

    FDA Set to Oversee J&J Plants

  • For example, aluminum antacids (Maalox, Mylanta and Gaviscon) and calcium carbonate (Caltrate, Dicarbosil, Rolaids, Titralac and Tums) act by buffering or neutralizing the acid pH of the stomach.

    Hyla Cass, M.D.: Is Your Medication Robbing You of Nutrients Part 2: Getting Specific

  • Mylanta Night Time Strength: first time a court adopted the FTC principle, for Lanham Act purposes, that lack of substantiation is equivalent to falsity.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Ideally, you get consistency: people play back a claim in the open ended questions and again in the close ended questions (comment: the Mylanta Night Time Strength case was like that).

    Arnold & Porter Webinar on False Advertising

  • Federal officials who inspected a Johnson & Johnson manufacturing plant that makes Mylanta, Pepcid and other popular heartburn medicines unearthed quality control problems, chaotic recordkeeping and complaints by consumers that medicines were either ineffective or contained pills from different products in the same retail package.

    FDA reports problems at Johnson & Johnson plant in Pennsylvania

  • If you have occasional heartburn and have not been diagnosed with GERD, your first and best bet is to try an inexpensive over-the-counter antacid like Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Tums, or another type of drug like Pepcid AC or Zantac 150 (known as H2 blockers).

    Deal over heartburn drug is enough to give you, well, heartburn

  • Among the products made there are heartburn medicines Pepcid and Mylanta.


  • Mylanta, vodka, gouache, pva and crushed sleeping pills on museum board, 23 x 16.5 inches

    Kimberly Brooks: Electric Kool-Aid Art Test: Mike Quinn

  • The facility failed to check the quality of some Mylanta products after various equipment failed during manufacturing of the antacid, the report said.

    FDA Report Details JNJ's Quality Issues

  • The Lancaster, Pa., plant, which makes heartburn medicines Pepcid and Mylanta, failed to look into consumers 'complaints that various kinds of Pepcid tablets were mixed up in bottles, according to a Food and Drug Administration inspection report released Wednesday.

    FDA Report Details JNJ's Quality Issues


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