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  1. FDA OKs ADHD Drug Vyvanse for Adults

    The FDA has approved the drug Vyvanse for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults, according to the drug company Shire, which makes Vyvanse.

  2. FDA OKs New Migraine Drug Treximet

    The FDA has approved Treximet, a migraine drug that combines the migraine drug Imitrex with the painkiller found in Aleve and naprosyn.

  3. Stronger Psychiatric Warning on Tamiflu

    The flu drug Tamiflu now has a stronger warning about rare reports of delirium and abnormal behavior leading to self-injury, and, in some cases, death.

  4. FDA OKs New Antidepressant Pristiq

    The FDA has approved Pristiq, an antidepressant chemically similar to Wyeth's Effexor XR.

  5. FDA OKs Nexium for Kids 1-11

    The FDA has approved short-term use of the drug Nexium for kids age 1-11 with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

  6. FDA Warns of Tysabri Liver Risk

    The FDA says Tysabri, a drug that treats multiple sclerosis and Crohn's disease, is getting a new warning about possible liver risks.

  7. FDA Warns of Allergy to Denture Cleansers

    Use denture cleansers? The FDA wants to you to make sure you use those products as directed because of a possible risk of allergic reaction.

  8. FDA Probes 4 Heparin Deaths

    The FDA today announced that Baxter Healthcare has temporarily stopped making multiple-dose vials of the injectable blood-thinning drug heparin due to recent reports of four deaths and other serious reactions.

  9. FDA Checks Reports of Botox Risks

    The FDA says it's investigating reports of serious adverse events including death and respiratory failure linked with Botox, Botox Cosmetic, and Myobloc.

  10. Suicide Warning for Antismoking Drug

    Federal officials warn that the antismoking drug Chantix may be linked to suicides in some patients.

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