The HCG Weight loss Miracle is Illegal says the FDA

Over the counter HCG weight loss products have caused a sensation yet have not been proven either safe or effective by the FDA.

The startling and drastic weight loss experienced by users have caused high demand for the products which are selling on-line and in drug stores. The manufacturing of these products, however, are not regulated by any public health governing body.

“These HCG products marketed over-the-counter are unproven to help with weight loss and are potentially dangerous even if taken as directed,” said Ilisa Bernstein, acting director of the Office of Compliance in FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. “And a very low-calorie diet should only be used under proper medical supervision.”

The FDA says people on such diets have an increased risk of heart arrhythmia’s, electrolyte imbalance and gallstones. Currently no HCG products for weight loss have been approved by the agency.

Grey Hair Pill

A grey hair pill could be the answer to all your hair woes.

Bottles of color and peroxide no longer need clutter the bathroom.
The pill, scheduled to become available in 2015, contains an undisclosed fruit extract that mimics the chemical tyrosinase-related protein or TRP-2, an enzyme that protects pigmentation production, the company has said. The goal of the fruit extract pill is to prevent oxidative stress, a process that occurs when hair cells succumb to antioxidants and turn gray, L’Oreal officials say.

Good News on Preventing Early Deliveries

For patients and for doctors everything came together to benefit pregnant woman fearing preterm pregnancy

The FDA approved the preterm prevention drug which subsequently was priced out of reach for most patients.

As soon as FDA allowed ccompounding pharmacies to produce their own version of the drug the price dropped enabling more women access.

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