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The online journal Ranker just published a Top 10 List of all the recalled drugs in America:

1)  Celebrex - an NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) linked to heart attacks and strokes. In 2004 Pfizer sponsored a study  that imageshalted the use of Celebrex after discovering that "patients taking 400mg to 800mg of Celebrex daily had 2.5 times greater risk of experiencing major heart problems."

2) ZelnormAttentionZelnorm - a drug for individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) that was recalled due to increased risk of heart attack or stroke.

3) Heparin - a blood thinner associated with severe allergic reactions. Heparin also caused oral swelling, nausea, vomiting, sweating, shortness of breath, and cases of severe hypotension (low blood pressure). heparinbottles-704921

4) Fen-Phen - the very popular diet drug that caused irreparable heart valve problems and pulmonary hypertension.

5) Meridia - the anti-obesity drug that caused, yes, again, heart attacks and strokes. Meridia was manufactured by Abbott Laboratories and recalled after a study, conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine, revealed that, "Meridia increases the risk of heart attack and stroke by 11%, while doing little to assist with weight loss." The FDA  linked almost 20 deaths to Meridia before it was recalled, with 70% being women with an average age of 43.

6) Cylert - a drug designed to tread ADHD. It increased the chance of liver failure by 25%, compared to the general population.

7) yazYaz - a popular pro-choice method for women was yanked from the market after being linked to stroke, blood clots, DVT, and pulmonary embolism. Yaz and Yasmin, developed and marketed by Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, were the most common birth control pills on the market before being recalled. Other reported side effects of this birth control  were liver disease, kidney disease, gallbladder disease, and serious organ failure.

8) Avandia - an anti-diabetes medication that was designed to make cells more responsive to insulin, but increased the risk of heart attack and stroke. GlaxoSmithKline is in the midst of dealing with over 13,000 lawsuits due to Avandia's adverse effects. This drug is still available on the market, but is severely restricted.

9)Vioxx - an anti-arthritis drug linked to heart attacks and strokes. One victim of Vioxx was a marathon runner who dropped dead after taking Vioxx. His case against Vioxx settled for more than $250 million. Vioxx was one of the most widely prescribed drugs in 2003, competing with Celebrex.

10) Bextra - another anti-arthritis drug that was yanked from the market due to increased risk of heart attack and stroke. It was pulled from the market shortly after Vioxx.

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The recent recall of numerous popular drugs has resulted in heightened scrutiny of certain blockbuster drugs with hearings before Congress in which at least one FDA researcher suggests that the FDA may be incapable of protecting consumers from unsafe drugs and that several other popular drugs currently on the market may also present unacceptable patient risk. According to a survey by the Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General, about two-thirds of Food & Drug Administration scientists are less than fully confident in the agency's monitoring of the safety of prescription drugs now being sold.

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