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Belviq to Be Withdrawn from U.S. Market Due to Cancer Risks
Belviq to Be Withdrawn from U.S. Market Due to Cancer Risks

The Food and Drug Administration has announced it will be withdrawing Belviq, a weight-loss drug associated with increased rates of cancer, from the U.S. market. New studies revealed that 7.7% of Belviq patients had cancer diagnoses, and individuals were diagnosed more ...

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  • Belviq to Be Withdrawn from U.S. Market Due to Cancer Risks

    The Food and Drug Administration has announced it will be withdrawing Belviq, a weight-loss drug associated with increased rates of cancer, from the ...

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  • Dangers of Teen Vaping

    Vape pens, known as today’s e-cigarettes, have become increasingly popular amongst American teenagers, attracting young crowds with their modern, ...

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  • Leading Causes of Industrial Fires

    National Fire Protection Agency Report Reveals Top Causes of Industrial and Manufacturing Fires According to a March 2018 report published by the ...

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  • What to Do if You Experience Food Poisoning

    3 Things You Should Do After Getting Food Poisoning Unfortunately, food poisoning is not uncommon. You could experience food poisoning when eating at ...

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  • Is Your Car Defective? Here's How You Can Find Out

    As powerful as cars can seem, even a small part with a minor problem can cause a huge issue. Likewise, sometimes these problems aren’t immediately ...

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  • Another Talc Powder Ovarian Cancer Claim Against J&J Ends in Favor of Plaintiff

    Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has lost yet another jury trial over talcum powder claims involving a woman that developed ovarian cancer after using the ...

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  • Types of Medical Device Recalls

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for examining and testing all new medical, cosmetic, and food-related products that will be ...

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  • Report: Honda Knew About Defective Takata Airbags in 2009

    In a surprising admission, car maker Honda has revealed that it knew about the defective Takata airbags in its cars as early as 2009, years before it ...

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  • Looking Back at 2015's Top Safety and Justice Stories

    As health and safety advocates, our team at Christian & Christian stays in engaged with the biggest safety consumer stories affecting our community. ...

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