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January 13, 2006

FDA Warns Consumers about Brazilian Diet Pills

In a January 13 press release, the Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to use two unapproved drug products, Emagrece Sim Dietary Supplement, also known as the Brazilian Diet Pill, and Herbathin Dietary Supplement, that are being marketed as dietary supplements for weight loss. The drugs may contain several active ingredients that could lead to serious side effects or injuries. |Link|


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