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The rapid success of Mylanta underscores the strong legacy consumer connection to the brand and the specific appeal of the new and improved portfolio.
Mylanta is a commonly recommended brand for heartburn and stomach issues.
Mylanta Maximum Strength's lemon mint liquid antacid/anti-gas remedy has been updated with a smoother, creamier formulation, and the brand has added a new vanilla caramel flavor to the line.
This would include antiperspirants (nearly all contain aluminium salts); aluminium-containing anti-acids (such as Mylanta and others); aluminium cans and aluminium cookware (these can leach aluminium ions into the food)9.
Upon completion, J&J will own the joint venture's assets, including the exclusive rights to market OTC Pepcid, Mylanta, Mylicon, other local OTC brands and a manufacturing facility in Lancaster, PA.
The FDA has found no evidence that the drugs Zantac, Mylanta, Maalox, or Pepcid interfere with Plavix.
Asimismo, la produccion de moco gastrico en todos los grupos tratados, ya fuera con la fraccion sobrenadante o sedimento del zumo de Solanum tuberosum, fue menor que los grupos control y mylanta (tabla 1).
The plant produces medicines for heartburn like Pepcid and Mylanta.
I have to hold my nose and take Mylanta before voting.
You go to medication dispensing system and give her some Mylanta.
Antacids (Rolaids, Mylanta, Milk of Magnesia) may cause diarrhea because of the large quantities of magnesium they contain.
Most antacids contain either calcium carbonate (Tums, Rolaids, Mylanta, Maalox) or magnesium hydroxide (Phillips Milk of Magnesia).
The doctor may tell you to go buy some over-the-counter medication like Tylenol or Mylanta and that has to come out of the $10 also.
Peter, Gregory and David slugged, in turn, at a bottle of Mylanta, a magnesium concoction, to quell their gut-aches.
Antacids--Alka-Seltzer, Maalox, Mylanta, Pepto-Bismol and Rolaids are usually the first nonprescription medications recommended to relieve heartburn and mild GERD symptoms.