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Journal Entry text/texmacsTainted Products Marketed as Dietary Supplements
The FDA announces a letter to all dietary supplement trade associations about the growing problem of misbranded drugs masquerading as dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsFDA Recall Alert: Fruta Planta weight loss dietary supplements
Godi International, Corp., located in South Florida is announcing a recall of Fruta Planta weight loss dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsFDA Alert: Recall of E. coli contaminated hazelnuts
The FDA posted an alert on an E. coli outbreak that has caused at least 7 illnesses in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin that involves hazelnuts likely grown and harvested in Oregon.
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Journal EntryFDA Alert: FDA Warns Consumers to Stop Using Soladek Vitamin Solution
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about a vitamin solution, Soladek; samples that were tested contained dangerously high levels of vitamins A and D.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programCalorie labels for restaurants and vending machines?
Concerned about calories when you eat out? The FDA is proposing calorie labeling for restaurants, food establishments, and vending machines with more than 20 locations.
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Journal EntryFood dyes and hyperactivity: Is there a link?
In the debate over food dyes and hyperactivity in children, the FDA feels there is not enough evidence to support any action.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsBeware of Fraudulent "Dietary Supplements"
Federal regulators continue to warn consumers about tainted, dangerous products that are marketed as dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsBeware of Fraudulent Weight-Loss "Dietary Supplements"
The FDA warns against weight-loss products which don't live up to their claims and can potentially cause serious harm.
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Journal EntryDietary supplements: Questions and answers
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) answers consumers' questions about dietary supplements and the regulations of dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryTainted dietary supplements: How do you know?
Dietary supplements do not require approval by the FDA, so how can you know if the supplement you are considering is tainted? Read on for warning signs and new actions by the FDA that can help.
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