Friday, May 1, 2009

Hydroxycut products recalled after one death: FDA

In some shocking news that came out today. The FDA has warned users to STOP using the popular weight loss drug Hydroxycut.
Dr. Linda Katz of the FDA's food and nutrition division said the agency has received 23 reports of liver problems, including the death of a 19-year-old boy living in the Southwest. The teenager died in 2007, and the death was reported to the FDA this March.
Other patients experienced symptoms ranging from jaundice, or yellowing of the skin, to liver failure. One received a transplant and another was placed on a list to await a new liver. The patients were seemingly healthy and their symptoms began after they started using Hydroxycut.

The FDA has advised the owners of Hydoxycut to recall all 14 products from the marketplace

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