PPA (Phenylpropanolamine), a product found in many diet drugs and cough medicines is believed responsible for 200 to 500 strokes each year. The FDA recently issued a warning about PPA to consumers about its dangers. The Phenylpropanolamine Legal Network features the latest news about the dangers of products containing PPA and referrals to national attorneys handling cases in which people have been injured.
ppa_products_2The following Products contain(ed) phenylpropanolamine PPA:
• Dexatrim Weight Products
• Acutrim Weight Control Products
• Alka-Seltzer Plus
• Robitussin CF Cough Syrup
• Dimetapp Cold Medicine
• Tavist D Cold, allergy and sinus Tablets
• Triaminic DM Cough Syrup
• Permathene Weight Control Tablets
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Health Risks and Incidence of Stroke

-New England Journal of Medicine
-Women aged 18-50 most at Risk
-Diet Drugs most dangerous

Overview of PPA and its Dangers

Easy to Read Q&A Format

Full Listing of PPA Products

FDA Warning Notices

“We suggest you stop taking the drug immediately and use an alternative.” – FDA Warning