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BenGay

(bĕn′gā′)
An over-the-counter preparation containing menthol and methyl salicylate.
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As for me, I've reached the end of this column and my fingers need a massage and some Ben-Gay.
He'll go to DisneyLand, make an appearance on Jay Leno and endorse Ben-Gay.
The two main characters, Rudolph and Evelyn, begin the story as a married couple entrapped by the commodities that define their material world: Van de Kamp's pastry, Self magazine, beer, Ben-Gay, Harlequin romances, grade-B movies, color television, the Book-of-the-Month Club, Preparation H, and countless other items found at the department stores or the local mall.
His mind was clear and focused as he worked, thinking only of demolition and the Ben-Gay his hand.
Especially when everything is in order, magazines stacked neatly on the left side of the nightstand, fiction on the right, Tums and Ben-Gay in the center, non-fiction piled orderly on the floor.
It may work fine, but I would rather buy something called Ben-Gay or Icy Hot.
Pfizer products include over-the-counter brands such as Ben-Gay, Bain de Soleil and Visine.
Before founding SunHealth Solutions and becoming its CEO, Laughlin held key executive positions in several of the leading global consumer healthcare companies, including Pfizer, where he played a major role in the brand development of Visine, Ben-Gay and Unisom; Procter & Gamble, where he helped build the Oil of Olay skin care product line; and Pharmacia & Upjohn (now Pfizer), where he was general manager consumer products and responsible for the Motrin, Rogaine, Cortaid, Kaopectate and Dramamine OTC brands.
Among the most popular in the outsider's arsenal are campaign finance reform, term limits and reigning in lobbyists, easy quick fixes representing Ben-Gay for the soreness in the body politic.
Some of the prominent brand names within Pfizer's HBA product portfolio are: Listerine, Plax, Efferdent, Sudafed, Benadryl, Sinutab, Neosporin, Cortizone, Ben-Gay, Zantac, and Rolaids.
Sales in the consumer health care segment increased by 13 percent, driven largely by line extensions in the Desitin and Unisom brands and growth in Ben-Gay sales.