Menopause Meds May Harm Kids

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Menopause Meds May Harm Kids

The Food and Drug Administration has warned that Evamist, a prescription spray used to control hot flashes in menopausal women, may cause premature breast development in children. What do you think?

  • "By any chance does this effect happen instantly, with a distinct popping sound?"

    Gary Bonniwell
    Construction Worker
  • "Maybe I'll store it with my weed and see if my teenage son wants grass bad enough to grow boobs."

    Terry Edgar
    Cashier
  • "Where I come from, premature breast development is not necessarily a bad thing. Where I come from is a terrible place."

    Sara Landon
    Mobile Phone Salesperson
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