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LIPIL for Moms

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Expecta LIPIL supplements for pregnant and nursing women are reaching shelves this month, Mead Johnson says. The softgel capsules contain Martek Biosciences' docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) that helps "support your baby's brain and eye development," according to Mead. Expecta LIPIL will be sold at Target, Walgreens and Albertsons in 30-count boxes for between $10.89 and $11.99. Mead Johnson will promote the product through print ads in magazines such as Baby Talk, Healthy Pregnancy and New Parent, as well as OB/GYN and pediatricians' offices...

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