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  1. FDA Approves New Kind of Insomnia Drug

    Belsomra acts on brain chemicals that regulate your sleep-wake cycle

  2. Orbactiv OK'd for Drug-Resistant Skin Infections

    Third such antibiotic sanctioned this year

  3. FDA Approves New Type 2 Diabetes Drug

    Jardiance works by boosting excretion of sugar from the kidneys, agency says.

  4. FDA Approves New Treatment for People With COPD

    Striverdi Respimat is an inhaled spray that works by keeping airways relaxed, agency says

  5. Over-the-Counter Flonase Allergy Relief Approved

    The FDA has approved over-the-counter Flonase Allergy Relief, or fluticasone propionate 50 mcg nasal spray, for treatment of hay fever or upper respiratory allergies, its maker GlaxoSmithKline announced.

  6. FDA Approves Inhaled Insulin

    The FDA has approved the inhaled insulin drug Afrezza to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

  7. FDA OKs Generic Version of Painkiller Celebrex

    Medicine will carry warning alerting users of potential heart risks

  8. GenStrip Blood Glucose Test Strips Recalled

    GenStrip Blood Glucose Test Strips Recalled

  9. FDA Approves HPV Test for Cervical Cancer

    Detects presence of high-risk strains of virus believed to cause disease

  10. FDA OKs Quick-Acting Antidote for Prescription Painkiller Overdose

    Evzio is part of efforts to stem health risks from abuse of drugs such as Oxycontin, Vicodin

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