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Journal Entry Troff documentStimulants found in weight-loss product
The weight-loss dietary supplement product Dexaprine has been found to contain undeclared active substances and has been removed from the Dutch market. Consumers should be aware of the reports of adverse events.
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Journal EntryFDA’s warning on caffeine powder
FDA issues a warning about caffeine powder and advises consumers to avoid powdered pure caffeine.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-gaussian-logWhy is ephedra illegal?
Read about ephedra, and why it is illegal in the United States.
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Journal EntryDietary supplements and false claims
Do you know if a dietary supplement’s advertising promises more than the product can actually deliver? The Federal Trade Commission can help.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsStay informed about dietary supplements
Watch this informative OPSS video to learn about potential side effects from taking dietary supplements and where to go for more information.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsStimulants in your supplement?
Do you know how to spot a stimulant and whether it’s a problem?
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Journal Entry Octet StreamA Mother’s Plea
Watch HPRC’s new Operation Supplement Safety Public Service Announcement from a Gold Star mother.
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Journal Entry RealAudio documentCan SARMs do you harm?
SARMs can be found in some dietary supplement products, but are they legal and will they cause a positive drug test?
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDMAA: Lingering products and new developments
HPRC’s updated list of products with DMAA for December 2014 is now online. But read on for information about “replacement” ingredients and related concerns.
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Journal Entry Octet StreamProducts claiming to prevent or treat Ebola
Avoid dietary supplement products claiming to prevent or treat Ebola.
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