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FDA Cuts Recommended Dosage of Lunesta

Concerns about next-day drowsiness cause a change to the initial recommended dose.
01:25 | 05/16/2014

Transcript for FDA Cuts Recommended Dosage of Lunesta

A warning about the popular sleeping aid lunesta. And its generic form. Taken by early 1 million Americans. The fda is cutting the recommended dose because of concerns about drowsiness the next day.... See More
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