5 Products That Weren't as Miraculous as Promised POM's deceitful peers include mouthwash, Airborne By Nick McMaster, Newser Staff Posted Oct 10, 2010 5:48 PM CDT 7 comments Comments Displayed is a bottle of POM Wonderful juice in Philadelphia, Monday, Sept. 27, 2010. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) (Newser) – POM Wonderful pomegranate juice is the latest product to find itself in hot water over its health claims, but it's far from alone. The Week lists 5 other exaggerators: Mouthwash: Johnson and Johnson, CVS, and Walgreens all received reprimands from the FDA last week over unsubstantiated claims that their mouthwash brands could prevent gum disease. Airborne: The cold remedy ("invented by a teacher!") settled a $23.3 million lawsuit rather than attempt to prove in court that it could cure the common cold Activia: Dannon paid $45 million to settle a lawsuit over its "disingenuous" claims that Activia yogurt benefited digestion and boosted the immune system. Rice Krispies: The company sold boxes featuring a hollow claim that its cereal boosted immunity—a claim it dropped in the midst of the swine flu bruhaha last year. Click here for No. 5, which also happens to be a beverage.