Diet pills reached 4 million

According to reports from pharmaceutical company, diet pill Alli has reached some 4 million people since hitting the shelves one year ago.
The dietary drug, which is the only non-prescription federally-approved weight loss drug available over the counter, has triggered underwhelming sales according to the manufacturer.
Once Alli was approved by the Food and Drug Administration, Glaxo expected booming sales. However, the marketing of the drug stresses the need to eat healthier and take exercise for maximum effectiveness.
Although lower than expected, first year sales for the drug were healthy. Alli, Glaxo said, is not a magic diet pill but an aid for those people looking to commit to living healthily.

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