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Eileen Francis

Reporter – US

Eileen Francis is a reporter for “The Tan Sheet,” where she follows news on OTC drug and nutritional product manufacturing, regulation, legislation, finance and research. She previously served as a reporter and editor of “The Rose Sheet,” IBI’s source for in-depth coverage of the cosmetics industry. Early in her career, Eileen worked in public relations and as a writer for a lobbying firm. Outside of IBI, her freelance work includes articles on business, art and travel.
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Oral-B Enamel Repair Claim Has Second Brush With UK Advertising Authority

UK Advertising Standards Authority says despite P&G’s modification of a claim in TV ads for Oral B Gum and Enamel Repair toothpaste, visuals in the ad combined with claims suggest the product can repair enamel.

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Cognitive Conditions Fueling Demand For Dietary Ingredient Breakthroughs

Rising rates of Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive conditions fuel demand for brain health supplements among consumers, with more than a third of US consumers saying they would be “very likely” to take them for memory, according to research firm Natural Marketing Institute.

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Beauty Supplements Draw Young Adults, Disease Prevention Attracts All Ages

Most US women ages 18-34 who take a supplement do so for beauty benefits, finds Mintel in a survey. Natural Marketing Institute says with science increasing understanding of nutrients, firms should offer supplements that address symptoms of common conditions consumers are treating with drugs.

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UK Nexium Ad Rapped For Downplaying Treatment For Persistent Heartburn

Pfizer’s TV ad for Nexium Control short-term heartburn treatment implied consumers with persistent heartburn need not seek professional medical advice, UK Advertising Standards Authority says. Pfizer argued that information in the ad was in line with MHRA's approval for the drug’s indications and packaging warned consumers not to use more than 14 days.

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Burt’s Bees Hopes Third Time’s A Charm In Oral Care With P&G As Provider

Clorox and Procter & Gamble embarked on a strategic licensing partnership to market Burt’s Bees toothpastes, available now in mass retail doors. Billed as simple formulas for adults and kids, with or without fluoride, the line marks the third swing at toothpaste for the iconic natural brand.

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Burt’s Bees Hopes Third Time’s A Charm For Toothpaste, This One With P&G

Clorox and Procter & Gamble embarked on a strategic licensing partnership to market Burt’s Bees toothpastes, available now in mass retail doors. Billed as simple formulas for adults and kids, with or without fluoride, the line marks the third swing at toothpaste for the iconic natural brand.

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