The name should have been enough of a warning

From the Wall Street Journal: (FDA Warns on Dietary Product )

The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday said consumers shouldn’t take the weight-loss pill “Venom Hyperdrive 3.0” because it contains a potent chemical that can increase peoples’ blood pressure and heart rate.

The name of the product should have been enough to turn people away.

I wonder whether the 2.0 product is still ok…

January 28, 2009

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