Study says warnings may boost sales for dangerous drugs

A new study in Psychological Science details a phenomenon in which graphic and detailed warnings by the Food and Drug Administration may eventually boost sales for potentially dangerous drugs, such as Zoloft. Some patients over the long-term said they were more likely to buy drugs like Zoloft after hearing side effects warnings, because it increases their trust in the company — unaware the warnings are required by the FDA.

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