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Journal EntryVitamin D, the sunshine vitamin
Vitamin D is important for your health. Learn how much you need and where to get it.
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Journal EntryDinner in a pill?
It would be great if you could meet all your nutritional needs just by popping a pill. Or would it?
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Journal Entry Octet StreamWhat is Garcinia cambogia?
What is Garcinia cambogia and why is it being used in weight-loss dietary supplement products?
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Journal Entry reStructured TextChoose Foods First!
National Nutrition Month reminds us to choose tasty, nutrient-rich food first before you consider a dietary supplement.
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Journal Entry Troff documentFeeling funny? Report it!
You can take an active part in helping ensure dietary supplements are safe. Read about the importance of reporting adverse effects.
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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 EntryRevisiting the dangers of energy drinks
Energy drinks continue to be in the news, and their potential harmful effects should not be ignored, especially for children and teens.
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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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