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Olympic medalist making trade show appearance for Health Enterprises

BY Michael Johnsen

NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. Health Enterprises will host Olympic gold medalist Megan Jendrick at its booth Nov. 15 at the Private Label Manufacturers Association’s Private Label Trade Show in Chicago.

 

Jendrick is an accomplished athlete with a training schedule that includes swimming 8,000 meters a day in preparation for the 2012 Summer Olympics. She has endorsed two Health Enterprise products: AfterSwim and Swim-Fit.

 

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Align becomes No. 1 recommended probiotic, P&G says

BY Michael Johnsen

CINCINNATI Even during a time when consumers are cutting back on healthcare expenditures, the probiotics category has continued to grow, according to Procter & Gamble, which announced Wednesday that its Align probiotic has become the most recommended among gastroenterologists.

 

"My patients come in asking about probiotics, and they want to make sure to spend money on something that will work," stated Anish Sheth, gastroenterologist and assistant professor of medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. "I feel good about recommending Align because it is manufactured with high-quality techniques, has published data and, most importantly, I’ve seen it really help my patients protect against occasional digestive upsets."

 

 

In a survey of more than 600 gastroenterologists, Align was the No. 1 recommended brand of probiotics.

 

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Drugstore.com reminds FSA customers to use account money before year’s end

BY Michael Johnsen

BELLEVUE, Wash. Drugstore.com on Tuesday released a statement reminding flexible spending account participants that they need to use the money left in their accounts by the end of the year or they will lose it.

 

"Drugstore.com had the first FSA-only online store, and we’re proud to be a reliable source of information to help customers save on healthcare costs now and in the future," said David Lonczak, Drugstore.com VP. "We recommend that customers make strategic purchases this year, because healthcare reform is changing FSA rules in the coming year."

 

 

Beginning Jan. 1, new regulations will reduce the number of over-the-counter products automatically eligible for FSA, Drugstore.com noted. Some of those products will continue to be covered, but only with a doctor’s prescription. Item eligibility and information will be updated online at Drugstore.com/FSA to reflect the changes.

 

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