DayQuil Medicines with DXM
Allegations: Misleadingly marketing medicines as “non-drowsy” when an ingredient in them causes drowsiness
Diesel et al. v. The Procter & Gamble Co.
22-cv-892, E.D. Mo.
DayQuil cough medicine
Falsely marketing medicine as “non-drowsy” when an ingredient (dextromethorphan hydrobromide, or DXM) causes drowsiness
When companies green it, they better mean it.
Several products marketed as “non-drowsy” contain an ingredient that causes drowsiness, lawsuits claim.
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