Tylenol-Arthritis Foundation Design Awards were presented to J.C. Penney, AT&T, Saturn and Oxo International in recognition of the products they designed to improve the quality of life for the estimated 37 million Americans with arthritis.

Awards were presented recently to Saturn for its driver's console, J.C. Penney for its Easy Dressing Fashions, AT&T for its Big Button Plus Phone and Oxo International for its Good Grip kitchen products."These products have truly made a difference to people with arthritis because they enable them to manage their illness and perform daily activities," said Armin U. Kuder, Arthritis Foundation chairman.

The awards were sponsored and funded by a grant from McNeil Consumer Products Co., maker of Tylenol pain reliever.