new warning that consumers shouldn't use any products containing phenylpropanolamine

Health Canada's new warning that consumers shouldn't use any products containing phenylpropanolamine is causing quite a stir.

This follows the FDA's decision to take phenylpropanolamine (PPA) off the market in the U.S.

Health Canada is still considering whether to pull all PPA products. They're taking a close look at the association of hemorrhagic stroke and PPA...especially in young women.

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