The US Anti Doping Agency [USADA] has added some new drugs, and modified the permissions on some older ones.
Lane 9 News at Swimming World has a link to a PDF document that list the new changes in their banned drugs document. What struck me in the face like a flying mallet was that Vicks Vapor Inhaler is prohibited; (and rightfully so), because the USADA states it contains L-methamphetamine.
I went to the Vicks Vapor Inhaler Website and their page never once mentioned in the ingredients that it contains meth or its analog, L-desoxyephedrine.
They loosened some rules for those athletes that have asthma, asthmatic allergies, and other breathing issues allowing athletes to take formerly questionable medications such as Salbutamol (albuterol, levalbuterol), salmeterol, terbutaline and formoterol which are permitted by inhalation if it does not exceed a specified dosage and the athlete fills out a Therapeutic Use Exemption, or TUE. Nasal steroids like Flonase are all good too. :-)
If you go to the USADA website and get the list of banned drugs, some are really unusual. For instance, Propecia, the baldness prevention drug is banned since it masks testosterone. Same with other prostate drugs.