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Journal Entry application/x-troff-msDon’t get scammed by “all natural” claims
FDA warns consumers about the dangers hidden in “all natural” dietary supplements, as well as products marketed to treat or cure certain conditions.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsOPSS releases two new products
Use the new OPSS High-Risk Supplement List app and view “Get the Scoop on Supplements” to help you avoid dietary supplements that are dangerous to your health and career.
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Journal EntryDecoding the dietary supplement industry
Not all supplements are created equal. Check out this new video from OPSS to learn more about the supplement industry and choosing supplements wisely.
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Journal EntryKratom concerns
Kratom use is on the rise, but is it safe?
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Journal EntryGreen coffee beans: What’s all the hype?
Green coffee beans are popular for weight loss, but don’t be fooled by all the hype surrounding this dietary supplement ingredient.
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Journal EntryUnderstanding drug-supplement interactions
Do you take dietary supplements and medications? Read about the risks in a new resource from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.
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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/texmacsCannabidiol in dietary supplements
FDA says that products with the ingredient cannabidiol can’t be marketed as dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry D source codeDMAA is still around
HPRC’s list of dietary supplement products containing DMAA has been updated again, revealing some new products even though DMAA is an illegal ingredient.
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks and teens don’t mix
Energy drinks have become increasingly popular among teens, but they provide no health benefit and can even be harmful.
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