Results for "brain"

Quincy Bioscience’s Prevagen

June 30th, 2020

June 2020: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement agreement that provides class members with a 30 percent cash refund of the company’s suggested retail price for Prevagen products. Class members with proof of purchase may receive a maximum award of $70 while class members without proof of purchase may receive a maximum award


Prevagen Supplement

June 30th, 2020

June 2020: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement agreement that provides class members with a 30 percent cash refund of the company’s suggested retail price for Prevagen products. Class members with proof of purchase may receive a maximum award of $70 while class members without proof of purchase may receive a maximum award


Prevagen Dietary Supplement

June 30th, 2020

June 2020: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement agreement that provides class members with a 30 percent cash refund of the company’s suggested retail price for Prevagen products. Class members with proof of purchase may receive a maximum award of $70 while class members without proof of purchase may receive a maximum award


Quincy Bioscience’s Prevagen Supplement

June 30th, 2020

June 2020: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement agreement that provides class members with a 30 percent cash refund of the company’s suggested retail price for Prevagen products. Class members with proof of purchase may receive a maximum award of $70 while class members without proof of purchase may receive a maximum award


RiduZone

June 25th, 2020

Weight-loss supplement is sending mixed signals with its use of the FDA logo in a claim on its website that it is “FDA Acknowledged.”


Bulletproof Cold Brew Coffee

May 7th, 2020

April 2020: This case was voluntarily dismissed , the reasons for which have not been disclosed. August 2019: Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint adding allegations that the company misleadingly claims that the products contain “0g Sugar” without also disclosing that they are not low in calories, in violation of federal regulations. The amended complaint also


Thrive Health Claims Database

March 11th, 2020

A TINA.org investigation has cataloged more than 50 instances from 2016 to 2020 in which Le-Vel and/or its distributors have either made or referenced claims that the Thrive product line can treat, cure, alleviate the symptoms of, prevent, or reduce the risk of developing diseases and disorders. Claims shown below in gray have been removed


Focused Mind Jr.

January 28th, 2020

Where’s the clinical proof for these “clinically proven” claims?


GOOP 2020 Database

January 27th, 2020

A 2020 TINA.org investigation revealed that Goop is violating a 2018 Stipulated Judgment by deceptively marketing products as having a therapeutic effect on several medical conditions. Such conditions include anxiety, depression, OCD, hormone imbalances and hair loss. Goop also deceptively markets products as able to address the symptoms of excessive alcohol consumption. The following is


Summary of Action

November 12th, 2019

TINA.org investigated the marketing of Michigan-based “brain training” company Neurocore, LLC, and determined that the company has been engaged in an ongoing deceptive marketing campaign. Specifically, the company claims that its neurofeedback sessions can treat numerous medical conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, autism, depression, migraines, memory loss, and insomnia, without competent and reliable scientific evidence to



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