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Journal EntryDietary supplements and concussions: What’s the story?
Some dietary supplement products claim to prevent, treat, or cure a concussion. FDA says to be on the lookout for these claims.
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Journal EntryConsumer Reports® report finds dangerous dietary supplements
In a report from the September 2010 issue of Consumer Reports®, the twelve most dangerous dietary supplements posing health risks have been identified.
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Journal EntryRisky marketing: Dietary supplements and teen athletics
The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) recently ran a five-day series titled "Little leagues, big costs" In this series, The Dispatch explores where youth sports have taken wrong turns in recent years.
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Journal EntryHerbal supplements face new scrutiny
There is a growing trend in the U.S. of consumers using a variety of dietary supplements in hopes of getting healthier, warding off disease and easing symptoms of various conditions. A recent Wall Street Journal article reports that the federal government is stepping up research into the safety and effectiveness of a wide range of products to help consumers make more informed choices about supplements.
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Journal EntryFDA and supplements
Read on to learn more about how to choose dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryThe regulation of dietary supplements
When you choose a multivitamin or supplement from the store, have you ever wondered how to choose?
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Journal EntryTruth in advertising?
Does your dietary supplement’s advertising promise more than the product can actually deliver?
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Journal EntryThe Nutrition Facts label: Changes coming?
The Nutrition Facts on food labels may be getting a new look. What are the proposed changes? What do you think?
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Journal Entry C headerE-cigarettes spark new research
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposes sweeping new regulations on the multibillion-dollar e-cigarette industry and has asked for more research on the long-term health effects of these products.
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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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