FDA Consumer Health Information - FDA's MedWatch Safety Alerts: June 2010
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-- an instant coffee sold online for sexual enhancement that can cause dangerously low blood pressure -- a fraudulent flu product that can be life-threatening to people who are allergic to penicillin -- certain inhaled asthma drugs that require special precautions to use them safely
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