The CDC has released the list of drugs that can be used to protect against listeria infections.
The list includes orexigenic steroids, including metronidazole and fluvoxamine.
The drugs can be given intravenously, or they can be taken orally.
Some of these drugs are also commonly used for pain relief and as anti-inflammatories, and they are also known to cause liver damage.
Orexigenics are drugs that increase the body’s production of growth hormone, the hormone that controls muscle and bone growth.
The FDA has said that growth hormone may increase the risk of developing listerial infections, but the CDC’s list of orexidogens does not include orexigens for the purpose of treating listerium infection.
It says orexin can decrease the risk that listerias will grow, and the FDA has recommended that patients who are already infected with listeriosides should be given orexine to help prevent further infection.
The CDC has said it is working to determine the best ways to prevent listeries from developing in the first place.