Weight-loss drugs Xenical and Alli will carry new warnings about rare reports of liver injury. The FDA says Roche's prescription drug Xenical or Glaxo's over-the-counter pill Alli cause liver damage. Symptoms may include itching, yellow eyes or skin, dark urine, light-colored stools or loss of appetite. Some patients have died or have needed liver transplants. Abbot Laboratories makes Meridia with the generic name sibutramine. Meridia use is now associated with a higher risk for heart disease. 

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