A putative class action in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York has been dismissed after the judge determined that the plaintiffs failed to demonstrate how Centrum® multivitamin labeling was false or deceptive. Kardovich v. Pfizer Inc., No. 13-7378 (E.D.N.Y., order entered March 31, 2015). Filed against Pfizer, Centrum’s manu- facturer, the lawsuit cited labeling claims that specific vitamins within the multivitamin provide “energy support” and “vitality” and counter the effects of environmental and physical stress. The court, however, found that the medical studies cited by the plaintiffs failed to show how the science contradicts Centrum’s claims and therefore failed to support the plaintiffs’ theory that the label’s claims were false, deceptive or misleading. “Such a stark disconnect between the scientific studies and the claims made about Centrum’s benefits is fatal to plaintiffs’ complaint,” the court concluded.