Kardashian’s tweet is a reminder for pharmaceutical companies about social media
At the end of every drug commercial comes the long list of health risks stated by the narrator. This is a requirement enforced by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for all drug advertisements, and being an international celebrity as big as Kim Kardashian does not omit you from this regulation.
The FDA forced Kim Kardashian to recall a testimonial advertisement that she posted on her Instagram and Twitter about the morning sickness drug Diclegis. In the caption, she mentions positive effects of Diclegis such as, “I felt a lot better,” and, “It’s been studied and there was no increased risk to the baby.” However, what Kardashian failed to mention was any of the drug’s risks or side effects.
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