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In 2005, the EPA required Hartz Mountain Corporation to cancel uses of several flea and tick products containing phenothrin that may be associated with a range of adverse reactions, including hair loss, salivation, tremors, and numerous deaths in cats and kittens. In the short term, the agreement calls for new warning labels on the products.
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