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Journal Entry D source codeSpotting a health product fraud
Promotions for health products besiege us at every turn, but how can we know which are frauds? The FDA provides some guidelines.
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Journal EntryHow families can benefit from the USDA’s switch to MyPlate
The USDA’s new MyPlate program is designed to make learning about and practicing healthy eating habits more appealing and more fun for all members of the family.
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Journal EntryFood and color additives: What are they?
If you read product labels, you know there are numerous “mystery” ingredients in many foods. This FDA brochure takes some of the mystery away.
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Journal EntryNot all sunscreens are created equal
The FDA is taking steps to protect and educate consumers about sun exposure and sunscreen products. Choose "broad spectrum" products for greatest protection.
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Journal Entry Octet StreamPapayas may contain Salmonella
Papayas have been recalled due to potential contamination with Salmonella Agona.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programFDA seeks to remove Lazy Cakes from shelves
Lazy Cakes, the melatonin-laced brownies that have caused some controversy in the past several months, have been deemed unsafe by the Food and Drug Administration.
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Journal EntryArsenic and apple juice: some answers
Recent news have reported arsenic found in apple juice but the FDA says it is safe to drink
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Journal EntryReporting adverse events associated with dietary supplement use
Reporting adverse events from dietary supplement use is essential for determining the safety of available products and ingredients.
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Journal EntryFDA Warns Companies about DMAA Safety
Marketers and distributors of products containing DMAA warned by FDA.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programAre you getting the protection your sunscreen promises?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given sunscreen manufacturers an additional six months to clean up their labeling on their products.
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