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Journal Entry ECMAScript programAre you getting the protection your sunscreen promises?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given sunscreen manufacturers an additional six months to clean up their labeling on their products.
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Journal EntryArsenic and apple juice: some answers
Recent news have reported arsenic found in apple juice but the FDA says it is safe to drink
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Journal Entry text/texmacsBeware of Fraudulent "Dietary Supplements"
Federal regulators continue to warn consumers about tainted, dangerous products that are marketed as dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsBeware of Fraudulent Weight-Loss "Dietary Supplements"
The FDA warns against weight-loss products which don't live up to their claims and can potentially cause serious harm.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programCalorie labels for restaurants and vending machines?
Concerned about calories when you eat out? The FDA is proposing calorie labeling for restaurants, food establishments, and vending machines with more than 20 locations.
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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 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 EntryDietary supplements: Questions and answers
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) answers consumers' questions about dietary supplements and the regulations of dietary supplements.
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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 EntryDMAA products dwindle
HPRC has again revised its list of DMAA-containing products, and most U.S. manufacturers and supplier have either eliminated such products or reformulated them to eliminate DMAA.
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