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NAD Refers Advertising for MiMedx Wound-Care Products to FDA, FTC for Further Review

NAD has referred advertising claims made by MiMedx Group, Inc., for its EpiFix and EpiFix Micronized wound-care products to the FTC and FDA for further review, after the advertiser declined to participate in NAD’s review of its advertising claims.

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NAD Reviews Taboola’s Native Ad Widget, Recommends Clearer Disclosures

NAD has recommended that Taboola LCC, modify its native advertising “recommendation widget” to better assure that consumers understand that clicking on links provided by Taboola will take them to “sponsored content.”

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NAD Recommends Akeso Discontinue Multiple Claims for MigreLief Products, Finds Company can Support Certain Ingredients Claims

NAD has recommended that Akeso, LLC, the maker of “MigreLief Original Formula” for adults and “Children’s Migrelief” dietary supplements, discontinue a wide range of claims for the products, which are marketed as providing relief from migraine headaches.

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NAD Recommends Mars Petcare Discontinue Certain Claims for ‘Dentastix’ Following Purina

NAD has recommended that Mars Petcare US discontinue certain express and implied claims made for the company’s Pedigree Dentastix dog chews. The claims at issue, made in print, Internet and social media advertising and on product packaging, were challenged by Nestle Purina Petcare Company, a competing maker of pet products.

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NAD Recommends Lutimax Nutraceuticals Discontinue All Challenged Claims for Supplement Marketed as Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders

NAD has recommended that Lutimax Nutraceuticals, LLC, discontinue all of the advertising claims for “Lutimax Pediatric Powder & Pediatric Powder with L-Theanine” identified in a challenge filed by Council for Responsible Nutrition.

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NAD Recommends Age of Learning Discontinue Challenged Claims for ‘ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy’

NAD has recommended that Age of Learning discontinue challenged claims made in broadcast advertising for the company’s “ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy,” including claims that imply that children who use ABCmouse.com early in life will have a “head start” over children who are not exposed to the product.

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