Briviact Side Effects: Common and Serious Side Effects. Early this year, both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) approved the use of Briviact “as an add-on to other epilepsy medicines to treat partial-onset seizures (epileptic fits starting in one specific part of the brain)”. The drug is approved only for patients aged 16 years old and above.
AspireAssist Side Effects. AspireAssist is probably the weirdest weight-loss technique we will ever hear of. But weird or not, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved AspireAssist after a clinical trial proved that it is effective in making users lose weight.
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How does it work? They say a picture speaks a thousand word so we “borrowed” the image below from livescience.com because it easily and clearly shows how AspireAssist works:
Tobacco Side Effects. Does smoking tobacco may make you look cool as cool as Joe Manganiello? Well, it might if you have his winsome smile and washboard abs. It may also may you more alert and relaxed. But the really bad long-term tobacco side effects should make you think twice before you lit them cigars.
No, Virginia, tobacco does not give you washboard abs!