The Consumers Association of Penang, Malaysia, has urged the Health Ministry to strictly enforce the Poisons Act 1952 on more than 21 health products as they were tainted with sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), and steroids such as dexamethasone and prednisolone.
A nurse from Hereford named Lucy Letby is taken into custody after she was accused of murdering 8 babies and 10 attempted murders in the Countess of Chester hospital. The court hearing appeared via a video link, in which Letby sat with her lawyer. She will have to be present in court for the next hearing.
Rapper King Von shot and killed in a firing incident outside a nightclub in Atlanta, Georgia. The incident involved the local police as two off-duty officers were around the club who were doing extra job at Monaco. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation will be investigating the incident.
American Idol finalist and rock music anger Nikki McKibben passed away Sunday after suffering from complications of a brain aneurysm. She was 42. She was best known for finishing third on American Idol in 2002. Her husband, Craig Sadler, confirmed the news of her death on Facebook.
A man name Darren Absolom from Haverhill, England, has pleaded guilty and admitted to possessing and selling Viagra-like pills, called Kamagra. The drug regulatory body, MHRA, has not approved Kamagra to be sold in the United Kingdom. Like Viagra, Kamagra contains sildenafil, an erectile dysfunction drug.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized a shipment containing 25,000 fake Viagra pill and other counterfeit products at Los Angeles and Long Beach seaport. Officers seized the products in September, which arrived in a cargo shipment from China.
Last week, when people searched for Democrat congressional candidate Clint Curtis’ law firm and election campaign websites, they came across ads of Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra pills. Curtis said a Google search of his websites led users to the wrong URLs selling Viagra.