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Topic - Jules Hirsch
New research powerfully strengthens the case against soda and other sugary drinks as culprits in the obesity epidemic.
A weight-loss drug that was expected to be a blockbuster failed to gain approval yesterday from a key advisory committee to the Food and Drug Administration because it appears to increase the risk of suicidal tendencies.
"There is a reasonable suspicion we better learn some more and watch this affair more closely before we launch into massive use of this drug," said panelist Dr. Jules Hirsch, of the Rockefeller University.