Johnson & Johnson
Two brothers have been arrested and charged on Long Island for operating what authorities called a sophisticated counterfeiting operation involving many popular health and beauty products.
Lawrence Foster, a former Johnson & Johnson executive who helped steer the health care giant through the Tylenol poisonings in the early 1980s, has died at the age of 88.
The manufacturer says it’s unclear if the recalled bottles actually contain the particles. McNeil is asking retailers to take the affected products off store shelves. Consumers should stop using the affected medicine and call the company for a refund.
Jerry Oppenheimer’s “Crazy Rich: Power, Scandal and Tragedy Inside the Johnson & Johnson Dynasty” is set to come out next month, and the New York Post reported a harrowing story that will be featured in the book.
Johnson’s baby shampoo is under fire for 2 ingredients — dioxane and quaternium-15 — which wipes out bacteria on the hair and scalp.
A blood test so sensitive that it can spot a single cancer cell lurking among a billion healthy ones is moving one step closer to being available at your doctor’s office.
New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson was recalling about 128,000 bottles of Tylenol pills after consumers complained about a musty and moldy odor.