Januvia

Januvia (Sitagliptin Phosphate) a drug specifically made for Type 2 Diabetes and created by Merck & Co., is linked to health complications like hypoglycemia, kidney problems and pancreas inflammation. Furthermore, thyroid cancer is among the fatal adverse effects of the drug. It was in October 2006 when Januvia was first approved as a class of

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Benicar

Daiichi Sankyo’s Benicar is linked to serious adverse effects like malnourishment, chronic diarrhea and even to an intestinal problem similar to Celiac disease. Benicar is an Angiotensin Receptor Antagonist (ARA) medication for high blood pressure in children of at least 6 years old and adults. Since the drug’s birth, the manufacturer has spent over a

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Dangerous Drugs

Dangerous Drugs Which drugs are dangerous? We trust the drug manufacturers to help us and our loved ones live a healthier life. But sometimes they put unsafe products on the market, ones that have side effects that are worse than what we needed treatment for originally or risk our very lives. Drugs Dangerous Drugs Narcotic

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Fosamax

Fosamax is a widely prescribed drug used for the treatment of Osteoporosis, a crippling disease in which the bones become weak and are more likely to break. Fosamax is in a class of drugs that slow or inhibit the loss of bone mass and have been in use since 1995 to prevent and treat osteoporosis

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GranuFlo

In March of 2012 the FDA recalled the two liquid acid concentrates GranuFlo and NaturaLyte used in the hemodialysis process. The drugs are manufactured by Fresenius, the leading hemodialysis supplier in the United States. In 2011 an internal memo sent by Fresenius to their clinic doctors stated that there was an increase of patients suffering

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