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NAD:

see coenzymecoenzyme
, any one of a group of relatively small organic molecules required for the catalytic function of certain enzymes. A coenzyme may either be attached by covalent bonds to a particular enzyme or exist freely in solution, but in either case it participates intimately in
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According to the company, NAD recommended the advertiser to discontinue the Fungi-Nail Toe & Foot product name and the associated fungal toenail images.
Baur plans to investigate whether restoring NAD could improve specific aspects of muscular dystrophy.
Indeed, a number of high-profile companies have lived to regret failing to comply with NAD recommendations.
NAD also considered whether the challenged advertising overstated the efficacy of the baking soda product by communicating a "double" performance benefit.
If such a promotion had occurred in the United States, the club would have found itself under scrutiny by the FTC and the NAD.
NAD reviewed the commercials to determine whether they conveyed the unsupported message that Allstate always offers better insurance coverage, at lower rates, than the competition.
Following its review of the evidence in the record, NAD determined that the Sherwin-Williams' claim of "zero-VOC" was a line claim for the full line of Harmony paints after the addition of colorants.
8 billion in 2001, representing approximately 10% of the Diagnostics market and is a significant player in the NAD marketplace.
According to a document release by NAD, Sealy questioned Simmons' compliance with an agreement made earlier this year, in which Simmons agreed to modify its advertising and provide additional substantiation for certain claims.
NAD has recently been restructured and reorganized and stands ready for the future.
The company filed a challenge to NAD in the spring of 2017 over claims made by Kramer Laboratories Inc concerning the Original Fungi-Nail Toe & Foot Brand and Fungi-Nail Nailner and its packaging of the products as well as the television and print advertising, which claimed to treat toenail fungus rather than the approved indication of athlete's foot.