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  1. FDA OKs Once-Daily Cialis

    The FDA has approved a daily low dose of the erectile dysfunction (ED) drug Cialis for men who plan more frequent sex.

  2. FDA Eyes Anemia Drugs' Cancer Risk Again

    The FDA is reviewing two more studies on cancer risks from ESA anemia drugs; the drug labels already bear a "black box" cancer warning.

  3. FDA Warns Again on Fentanyl Patches

    Deaths and life-threatening events have spurred the FDA to issue its second warning about misuse of the painkiller fentanyl skin patches

  4. Spermicide Nonoxynol-9 Gets FDA Warning

    The FDA has ordered gels and foams containing the spermicide nonoxynol-9 to warn that the products don't protect against HIV or other STDs.

  5. Common Childhood Vaccine Recalled

    The drug company Merck is recalling about 1 million doses of its haemophilus influenzae vaccine.

  6. 2 Deaths Spur Bed-Wetting Drug Warning

    The FDA warns that some patients taking the drug desmopressin to treat bed-wetting may be at risk for seizures and death.

  7. Suicidal Thinking Reported With Chantix

    The FDA is investigating reports of suicidal thinking and aggressive and erratic behavior in people taking the quit-smoking drug Chantix.

  8. Avandia Gets New Black-Box Warning

    The FDA did not ban the diabetes drug Avandia, but gave it a "black box" label warning of possible, but unproven, heart-attack/angina risk.

  9. Over-the-Counter Zyrtec-D Approved

    The FDA has approved nonprescription Zyrtec-D, an over-the-counter allergy drug for people age 12 and older.

  10. Anemia Drugs Change Black Box Warning

    The FDA has approved revisions to a "black box" warning for the anemia drugs Procrit, Aranesp, and Epogen; changes expand previous warnings.

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