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Medications - A "black box" warning, also called a black label or boxed warning, is the most serious warning that the FDA places on the labels of prescription medications.

Black box warnings indicate that studies show a drug has a significant risk of serious or life-threatening effects. Some drugs used in the treatment of AD/HD include the black box warnings.

The basis for the warning differs depending on the class of medication. Reasons include, but are not limited to, potential for abuse, dependency, withdrawl issues or adverse effects. Discuss your medications with your pharmacist and physician.

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