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InjuryBoard News Headlines June 28, Monday

Posted by Jane Akre
Monday, June 28, 2010 9:43 AM EST
Category: Protecting Your Family
Tags: FDA, Diabetes, BP, ADHD

The morning headlines related to safety, injury avoidance and health for Monday.


ADHD Drug Review May Not Be Welcomed News
Pharmaceutical company Shire is bracing for a report on the safety of attention deficit drugs. The FDA study has been underway since 2007 and looked into the increased risk of heart attack and stroke and cardiovascular problems on children and adults taking the medication.

The Risks of Diabetes Medicine
Two studies find that Avandia increased heart risks in patients.

Genetically Altered Salmon Closer To Your Table Than You Think
Salmon that grows twice the normal rate may be approved by the FDA. But is it safe?

BP Protests Hurting Local Owners
BP station owners insist the protests are doing more to hurt local businesses than the British oil giant.

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