Defective Drugs

Heartburn Drugs Are Linked to Several Dangerous Side Effects

Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) are drugs used to reduce the body’s production of gastric acid. PPI drugs, including Prilosec, Nexium, Prevacid, and others, are some of the most widely prescribed medications in the U.S, generating up to $14 billion in annual sales. Recent studies have shown that these medications are also linked to dangerous side effects

FDA Adds New Warning Labels to Diabetes Medication Invokana, Citing Increased Risk of Bone Fractures In Addition to Previous Warning of Ketoacidosis

Type II Diabetes is a very serious medical condition that impacts millions of Americans. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that as many as 29 million Americans are currently living with some form of Diabetes. Unlike Type I Diabetes, many people with Type II Diabetes may be able to control their blood sugar levels

Testosterone Side Effects and Adverse Drug Reactions

A recent scientific study has confirmed that men over age 65, that use testosterone, have a 200% to 300% increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Additionally, younger men with a history of heart ailments have the same increased risks. These side effects could be caused by the increased production of red blood cells leading

Recall: Cook Medical Zilver® PTX® Drug Eluting Peripheral Stent

Cook Medical has initiated a nationwide/global recall of its Zilver PTX Drug Eluting Peripheral Stent after receiving complaints about delivery system tip separation. Two adverse events, including one death, occurred in cases where a tip separation was reported. The recall includes all sizes, diameters, and lot numbers of the product. These devices were distributed to

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