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Journal Entry Troff documentWill Phentermine cause a positive drug test result?
If I take Phentermine for weight loss, will it make me pop positive? Check out the new OPSS FAQ.
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Journal EntryCLA for weight loss?
What is conjugated linoleic acid and why is it being used in weight-loss dietary supplement products?
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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 object codeWhat’s the story with OxyELITE Pro?
Why has OxyELITE Pro been recalled? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out.
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Journal Entry Troff documentEat after eight, put on weight?
Does late-night eating really contribute to weight gain? Research suggests it just might.
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Journal EntryQuestions about supplements? We have answers!
Visit OPSS—for the first time or again—for new Frequently Asked Questions about dietary supplement safety.
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Journal Entry ULAW (Sun) audioThose last 10 pounds—the weight-loss plateau
Struggling to lose those last few pounds? Here are some tips to help you get past the plateau and back on track to achieving your goal.
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Journal EntryCan I take weight-loss prescription medications?
What are the service-specific policies on weight-loss prescription medications? Read more to find out.
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Journal EntryDMAA products’ downward spiral
HPRC’s updated list of DMAA-containing products shows the impact of FDA’s announcement in April that dietary supplements containing DMAA are illegal.
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Journal Entry x-conference/x-cooltalkTake some weight off your knees—or pay the price
A 2012 study demonstrated that an increase in body mass index (BMI) increased a person’s chance of sustaining a non-contact ACL injury.
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