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Week of Mon, Jan 18th, 2010

GSK warns about fake alli product

Glaxo­Smith­Kline Consumer Healthcare is warning consumers that a small quantity of a fake weight-loss product, falsely packaged and labeled as alli, has been sold on eBay and other auction web sites.

Bruise Relief gel now on shelves at Walgreens

Dr. Holmquist Healthcare's Bruise Relief Gel is now available at Walgreens drug stores across the country as well as online at Walgreens.com.

Marc's to offer Celsius dietary beverage

Marc Glassman Inc. is slated to roll out the Celsius calorie-burning drink in its Marc's pharmacy and XPECT discount stores.

CVS in pact to carry Crave-NX diet aid spray

CVS/pharmacy stores nationwide are carrying the Crave-NX 7-Day Diet Aid Spray under a distribution agreement with manufacturer Generex Biotechnology Corp.

P&G makes more executive changes

Procter & Gamble Co. has announced a number of organizational moves within the past week.

XenaCare steps up Cobroxin ad campaign

XenaCare Holdings Inc. is expanding its national advertising campaign to support the growing network of retailers carrying Cobroxin, its over-the-counter pain reliever for moderate to severe chronic pain.

SoftSheen-Carson to celebrate milestone

L’Oréal USA’s SoftSheen-Carson division is commemorating its 10th anniversary with a yearlong celebration slated to start in February in conjunction with Black History Month.

Factor Nutrition Labs plans line extension, print campaign

Factor Nutrition Labs, a leading manufacturer and marketer of brain support supplements, is slated to expand its product roster and broaden its media efforts.

Team USA babies outfitted with latest Pampers diapers

Pampers Diapers has partnered with Team USA to introduce Pampers Swaddlers and Cruisers Diapers with Dry Max, the brand's new high-performance disposable diapers.