The Justice Department said it had filed criminal charges against Dallas-based USPlabs, known for workout and weight-loss supplements.
Target, Walgreens and Wal-Mart — to halt sales of some.
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Spent $15 or more on Walgreens or W-brand health and wellness products and get a free 12-month membership or renewal if you’re already a member. Products on the list: allergy, acne, antacids,
GNC accused of selling supplements laced with ‘amphetamine-like’ substance – It alleges GNC knowingly sold products containing an "amphetamine-like" substance that isn’t approved for diet pills in the U.S.
with Target (TGT), Walmart (WMT) and Walgreens (WBA)– stop selling.
Snooki’s fat-loss pills are a big fat ‘lie’ – Weight-loss claims about miracle diet pills hawked by former “Jersey Shore” star Nicole.
GTL & my fav Zantrex fat burner from Walgreens, it’s on sale!’ she tweeted in 2011 — before admitting she.
(AP) — Authorities in Colorado are looking for a well-groomed man suspected of stealing more than $2,600 worth of teeth-whitening strips, weight-loss pills, probiotics, condoms, Rogaine and other hair.
18, 2012 – The prescription weight loss pill Qsymia is now for sale from certified pharmacies.
At this time, those pharmacies are CVS, Walgreens, and Kaiser Permanente (for Kaiser members only).
I recently went to Walgreens to buy some Head & Shoulders dandruff shampoo.
Kim Kardashian–endorsed diet pills, body wash, deodorant, heartburn-relief tablets, blood-glucose monitors, infant.
A recent investigation by New York State attorney general’s office, for instance, found that GNC, Target, Wal-Mart, and Walgreens, were selling misleading supplements. And 2012 Inspector General’s.