Ready In Case “Non-Drowsy” Cold and Flu Relief Class Action

PL Developments Copiague, LLC makes a Ready In Case Cold and Flu Relief antitussive drug product that is intended to treat colds, flu, and coughs. The complaint for this class action alleges that, while the product s marketed as being “Non-Drowsy,” it does in fact induce drowsiness, because it contains dextromethorphan hydrobromide (dextromethorphan Hbr).  Read more

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Tylenol “Non-Drowsy” Cough Medicine Containing DXM Class Action

Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc. makes Tylenol products, including over-the-counter cough medicine. Some of these medicines are labeled as being “Non-Drowsy” but also contain dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DXM). The complaint for this class action alleges that this is misleading, because “products containing DXM—and thus the Non-Drowsy Tylenol Products—do cause drowsiness, and [] drowsiness is a common  Read more

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Walgreen “Non-Drowsy” Drugs May Cause Drowsiness Class Action

Walgreen Boots Alliance, Inc. and Walgreen Co. are the defendants in this class action, which alleges that Walgreen’s stores sells its own generic cough and cold medicines that are advertised and labeled as being “Non-Drowsy” formulas. The complaint claims that some of them contain dextromethorphan (DXM) and that drowsiness is in fact a side effect  Read more

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CVS Health “Non-Drowsy” Generics Cause Drowsiness Class Action

Like a number of large pharmacy chains, CVS (CVS Health Corporation and CVS Pharmacy, Inc.) makes its own line of medicines. The CVS Health cough medicines include generic versions of Robitussin, DayQuil, and Tylenol cough medicines, and some of the CVS generics are labeled as being “Non-Drowsy” formulas. The complaint for this class action alleges  Read more

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Some Robitussin “Non-Drowsy” Products Contain DXM Class Action

Can non-drowsy medicine products make you drowsy? This class action brings suit against GlaxoSmithKline Consuer Healthcare Holdings (US), LLC, GSK Consumer Health, Inc., and Pfizer, Inc., alleging that many of their Robitussin over-the-counter medicine products are labeled as being “non-drowsy” even though they contain dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DXM), a substance that makes users drowsy.  Read more

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