UND Professor Gordon Iseminger has collection from early 1900s I now pay attention to the claims for medications I see advertised on television during the evening news. They became more interesting after I listened to a lecture on patent medicines of the past. The speaker at the Myra Museum was longtime UND history professor, Gordon Iseminger. His research over the years covers a wide range. One facet is patent medicine, and he recently spoke about how it reflects history of people.
The Supreme Court Thursday ruled that makers of generic drugs cannot be sued for failing to warn consumers of the possible side effects of their products if they copy the exact warnings on the medicines' brand-name equivalents.
The products being recalled were made between April and June and include nearly two dozen varieties, including Children's Tylenol Suspension 4 oz. Grape, Infants' Tylenol Grape Suspension Drops 1/4 oz. and Children's Tylenol Plus Cold/Allergy 4 oz. Bubble Gum.
'Black box' warning label, dosage lowering among other options The makers of Tylenol, Excedrin and other medications are trying to dissuade regulators from placing new restrictions on their popular painkillers, including possibly removing some of them from store shelves.
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