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FDA Urges Warning Against Extra-Strength Acetaminophen

Four months ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning regarding the use of acetaminophen, a popular over-the-counter medication used to treat a variety of minor ailments, ...
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Takeda Pharmaceuticals Ordered to pay $6 Billion for Hiding Actos Cancer Risks

Actos® – a diabetes medication and one of the best selling drugs in the U.S. – has been associated with a significant increase in the risk for cancer. Throughout the country, numerous ...
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Consumer Advocacy Group Calls for FDA to Add Warnings on Testosterone Drugs

Medical professionals and safety advocates across the country have been closely following developments in the world of testosterone drugs. In the past several months, a series of studies have ...
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Risks Should Be Discussed with Men on Testosterone, Researchers Say

New evidence associating the use of testosterone drugs with increased risks for stroke, heart attack, and other cardiovascular problems have sparked concern throughout the country. In particular, many ...
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Concerns About Overselling Testosterone Continue

Since a recent study has associated testosterone products with a significantly increased risk of stroke, heart attack, and death, many medical experts and researchers have stated that aside from these ...
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South Florida Man Files Suit for OxyElite Pro Injuries

As new cases of consumer injuries resulting from the use of OxyElite Pro continue to make headlines – especially in Hawaii – new reports from South Florida are revealing that yet another ...
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Widespread Testosterone Use Makes Risks Concerning

In light of a recent study that found men over the age of 65 and men with known heart disease using testosterone face increased stroke and heart attack risks, medical experts have expressed concerns ...
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FDA Issues Safety Announcement, Evaluates Risk of Adverse Heart Effects Associated with Testosterone

On Friday, January 31, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a safety announcement that it would be investigating the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death in men who take FDA-approved ...
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Class Action Lawsuit Claims OxyElite Pro Caused Liver Damage

Earlier this week – on Monday, January 27 – a class action lawsuit was filed against USPLabs, LLC, the manufacturer of purported dietary supplement OxyElite Pro. General Nutrition Center ...
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Study Finds Risk of Heart Attack Doubles for Men Taking Testosterone

In the past few years, testosterone therapy has become increasingly popular – touted by both medical professionals and men with waning libidos or energy loss. According to a new study published ...
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Testosterone Replacement May Increase Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack, Death

A new study revealed that popular testosterone replacement products may boost risk of heart attack, stroke, and death. Low testosterone treatments are growing in popularity as testosterone ...
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Prenatal Exposure to SSRIs Could Increase Risk of Infant Pulmonary Hypertension, According to Recent BMJ Article

In an article published by BMJ earlier this week, the link between the use of certain serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) during pregnancy and the later development of pulmonary hypertension in ...
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Risk of Liver Damage When Taking Doses of Acetaminophen Over 325mg

Are the pain relievers that you've been taking really as safe as they claim to be? At-home remedies such as Extra Strength Tylenol that contain acetaminophen are now being called into question by ...
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FDA Warns Against Exceeding Recommended Doses of Over-the-Counter Sodium Phosphate Products for Constipation

In a warning issued last week, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggested that the use of over-the-counter (OTC) sodium phosphate drugs for the treatment of constipation should not ...
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Sexual Dysfunction in Male Patients Linked to ADHD Medication

According to an edition of Drug Safety that was published in August of 2013, Strattera (atomoxetine), an attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication, is known to cause side effects that ...
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FDA Warns that Anti-Seizure Drug Poses Risk of Serious Skin Reactions

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning against Onfi (clobazam), a popular anti-seizure drug that has been linked to incidents of serious skin reactions. Although ...
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New Italian Study Backs Association Between Some Diabetes Drugs and Development of Pancreatitis

In March, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a Drug Safety Communication, the contents of which stated that the agency was currently "investigating reports of possible ...
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Steroid Use Among Teenagers

The drive to be a better athlete or the desire to be more "attractive" have prompted many teenagers across the United States to turn to steroids to help them get where they think they need ...
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Manufacturer of Leukemia Drug Iclusig Asked to Suspend Marketing & Sales by FDA

Last Thursday, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that manufacturer Ariad Pharmaceuticals agreed to suspend its marketing and sales of the leukemia drug Iclusig. The ...
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Another Warning from the FDA Speaks Against the Use of Nizoral

Less than a week ago, an online advisory notice was posted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning both pharmaceutical researches and drug companies alike against the use oral ketoconazole ...
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New FDA Warning: Pfizer Drug Tygacil Raises Risk of Death

Last Friday, September 27 th, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that the antibacterial drug Tygacil can increase the risk of death among users. For both intended and unintended uses of the ...
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Death Toll from Acetaminophen Surpasses 1,500

Acetaminophen, a drug renowned for its safety, has been the source of more than 1,500 deaths in the United States in the last 10 years. The popular pain reliever is an active ingredient in brand-name ...
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New Labels on Tylenol Caps Will Warn of the Drug's Fatal Risks

In October, a new warning label will be included on the caps of all bottles of Extra Strength Tylenol in the United States. In just over a month, a new, red warning alert will appear on every bottle ...
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Post-Finasteride Syndrome Clinical Study Begins at Baylor College of Medicine

The Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in Houston, Texas is the newest location for the next major clinic study to be funded by the Post-Finasteride Syndrome Foundation (PFS Foundation). Leading the ...
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FDA Links Acetaminophen to Rare, Fatal Skin Problems

Acetaminophen is a common, active ingredient in many of the painkillers that are most frequently taken by individuals who are looking for quick relief from a headache, sprain, or other pain-inducing ...
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