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Acomplia weight loss drug may cause psychiatric side effects in 10 percent of users

12/11/2007 - European health agencies have warned that the weight-loss drug rimonabant -- marketed as Acomplia, Zimulti, Riobant, Rimoslim and Slimona -- may cause dangerous psychological side effects, including suicidal thoughts. Rimonabant acts to suppress appetite by blocking receptors in the brain that...

Acomplia weight loss drug launches in UK

6/29/2006 - -- Sanofi Aventis launches its weight loss drug Acomplia today in the UK. The once-a-day pill was shown to help 40 percent of obese participants lose 10 percent of their body weight in clinical trials. Acomplia works to control appetite by blocking brain activity that regulates the body's energy...

Acomplia drug hype reveals mythology of prescription drugs, shortcut philosophy of American culture

1/4/2005 - A new weight loss drug, Acomplia, is all the rage, even though it hasnít yet been approved! People are talking about the drug with such a degree of excitement that weight loss centers say virtually every patient who comes in is asking for Acomplia. But what is it about this drug that's so appealing?...

Acomplia diet drug shows real promise for sustained weight loss, but only if you keep taking it

11/9/2004 - In early clinical trials, Acomplia is looking promising. But with only 3,000+ people tested so far, it's far from being approved by the FDA. And even as effective as Acomplia appears to be in early tests, much of the hype is overblown: daily walking or cardiovascular exercise results in far more weight...

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