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Posted September 16, 2019

CVS Settles Lawsuit Over Claims Its Omega-3 Supplement Improves Memory

CVS has agreed to settle charges from a class action lawsuit alleging it made false claims that its CVS brand Algal-900 DHA supplement was proven to improve memory. The product contains DHA (an omega-3 fatty acid) derived from algae, and was promoted with statements such as "clinically shown to improve memory" and "clinically shown memory improvement" on its label and packaging.

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