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Journal EntryAlert: Dendrobium for performance?
A new dietary ingredient—a stimulant—has emerged in dietary supplement products marketed to boost athletic performance.
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Journal EntryFDA reports dietary supplement manufacturing violations
About half of those dietary supplement manufacturers inspected by FDA found to have manufacturing violations.
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Journal EntryHPRC’s DMAA list updated again
HPRC’s list of DMAA-containing dietary supplement products has just been updated, including more products found to contain DMAA and many more that are no longer being produced.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsConsumer Reports on 10 hazards of dietary supplements
The Consumer Reports website recently posted an article outlining the potential dangers of dietary supplement products.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeNatural Medicines Comprehensive Database App
Healthcare provider app to get answers and data on natural medicines at any time.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsWomen’s health and dietary supplements
Military Health System has designated October as Women’s Health Awareness month. Find out how dietary supplements play a role in a women’s life.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsTwo new dietary supplement reports
Two reports released by the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services show that some dietary supplement products have illegal claims on labels and don’t provide accurate company information to the FDA.
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Journal EntryDMAA list update for October 2012
HPRC’s latest review of DMAA-containing products shows that 89 have been discontinued or reformulated since the list was first compiled nine months ago.
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Journal EntryFDA investigating adverse events linked to energy drinks
Reports of adverse events —including five deaths—possibly linked to Monster Energy drinks are under investigation by the FDA.
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Journal EntryCaffeine and performance—limit your intake for best performance.
Caffeine shouldn't be a replacement for sleep, and too much degrades your physical performance.
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