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DrugAlert.org is a comprehensive database featuring information and news alerts about potentially dangerous drugs currently on the market or previously available worldwide. The Web site is dedicated to keeping the public informed about drug recalls, side effects, and pending litigation associated with various drugs and their manufacturers

The resources available on DrugAlert.org are provided to offer visitors free and trustworthy information to protect consumer safety. The Web site is continually updated with current recalls, pending drug litigation, and consumer alerts to keep visitors informed and educated. DrugAlert.org closely follows updates released by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Food and Drug Administration: a federal agency in the Department of Health and Human Services established to regulate the release of new foods and health-related products. DrugAlert.org is committed to informing the public when safety guidelines have been compromised to ensure the information is available to consumers.

Recall Information

The Recall section of DrugAlert.org is a source for recent news concerning drug warnings and recalls that pose a safety hazard to consumers. By providing visitors with recall information in an easy-to-read and comprehensive format, safety issues can be communicated more easily to protect consumers and help prevent injury.

Drug Alerts

The Drug Alerts section is updated regularly with the latest information concerning drug news, safety concerns, legal settlements, and other alerts for visitors to stay safe and up-to-date with current news topics.

Recent Drug News
The United States Food & Drug Administration recently issued a safety warning stating that acetaminophen can, in some rare cases, cause severe skin reactions. Acetaminophen is a popular and commonly-used pain-killing and fever-reducing ingredient found in Tylenol and other well-known...
Recently, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration called for HardMenStore.com, an erotic retailer geared towards men, to recall 430 lots of its Silver Sword and Clalis brand dietary and sexual supplements. According to the recall notice, the supplements contain amounts of the PDE-5 Inhibitor...
The United States Food and Drug Administration recently approved a non-hormonal medication, Brisdelle, to treat the symptoms of hot flashes and night sweats for women going through menopause, according to a press release by the FDA. The drug, which was developed by the drug manufacturer Noven...