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Journal EntryGreen coffee beans—health or hype?
Weight-loss supplements with green coffee beans have been popular lately, but some products have more in them than just coffee beans. Get the facts about ingredients and always read product labels carefully.
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Journal EntryWhat’s the story with deer velvet and IGF-1?
Questions about deer velvet and IGF-1? Are they banned in the military? Read the OPSS FAQs to find out.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programDietary supplements and surgical procedures
Be careful about using dietary supplements if you are planning to have surgery or if you have recently had surgery. Some ingredients could cause problems.
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Journal EntryRaspberry ketone—the latest weight-loss craze
Raspberry ketone is a food additive and aromatic compound now being sold as a dietary supplement/ingredient touted to reduce fat and weight. Find out the facts and the science behind it all.
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks and adolescents – a risky combination
Energy drinks and adolescents can be a dangerous combination, especially because of the amounts of caffeine and other stimulants that may be in these products. Educating youth about potential risks is very important.
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Journal Entry Octet StreamFDA Warns Consumers about DMAA
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.<br />
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Journal Entry chemical/x-gaussian-logFDA warns: DMAA in dietary supplements now illegal
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.
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Journal EntryWhat’s the story with carnitine?
Carnitine, a component that occurs naturally in red meat (and sometimes is added to dietary supplements and energy drinks), may help reduce complications associated with heart attacks, but new research suggests it also may contribute to heart disease.
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Journal EntryHere's how you shouldn't "spice" up your career!
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDendrobium in dietary supplement products
&nbsp;What is dendrobium, and why is it being used in dietary supplement products?
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