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Study Shows How Daily Low-Dose Aspirin Could Help Reduce Type 2 Diabetes Risk

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FDA UPDATES

  • Many teens underestimate how easy it is to become addicted to nicotine. This raises concerns because young people are at greatest risk of nicotine addiction because their brains are still developing. Find out how you can help.
  • Braces have evolved and now alternatives in both look and materials are available. Here are some answers to common questions about braces.
  • Is It Really "FDA Approved"? Maybe you’ve seen these words on a company’s website or in a commercial promoting a product or treatment. Here are some facts about products that are, and aren’t, FDA approved.
  • The growing spread of rumors, misinformation and disinformation about science, medicine, and the FDA, is putting patients and consumers at risk. FDA is here to provide the facts.
  • The pollen count is sky-high. You’re sneezing, your eyes are itching, and you feel miserable. Seasonal allergies are real diseases that can interfere with your life. The FDA regulates prescription and nonprescription medications that offer allergy relief.
  • Teething is normal for infants and children, but it can be painful. Soothing kids’ gums with medicines containing benzocaine or lidocaine, or homeopathic and other products, might seem like good options. These products can be dangerous to children and can lead to serious injury, and even death.

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