Low-risk diet pills that the NHS has to take seriously
By Barney Calman HEALTH EDITOR
DIET pills have had a bad rap – justifiably, I’d say. In the 1960s there were the ‘miracle’ appetite suppressants fenfluramine and phentermine, taken by millions of slimmers around the world.
The drugs turned out to cause heart valve damage, which is...
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