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Our broad portfolio of leading and trusted personal health products uses cutting-edge science to improve the everyday health of billions of people.
We want people to live a life free of chronic allergies. Our allergy and sinus brand, Claritin™, helps manage reactions by addressing severe allergic rhinitis and skin allergies.
The cold and flu interrupt millions of lives every year. Our trusted brands provide multi-symptom relief, nasal congestion relief, and treatment of early and full-blown cold symptoms.
Our trusted portfolio of leading medicated skincare brands is backed by strong science and clinical evidence. We specialize in treating damaged skin and addressing vaginal health, skin fungus, and hair loss issues.
We help people improve their gut health and live life without the limitations of digestive issues. Our products deliver the best possible solutions to treat heartburn, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and functional dyspepsia.
We specialize in developing high-quality supplements that help people live their best lives. Our evidence-based portfolio includes prenatal vitamins, general wellbeing formulations, and products that support the immune system.
Pain can interfere with living our lives to the fullest, so we work to help prevent pain from getting in the way. Our products aid in headache, body, and general pain relief.
Heart attacks and clot-related (ischemic) strokes can be deadly. Our leading pain and heart health brand, Aspirin™, can help minimize the risk of heart attack and ischemic stroke.
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