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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 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 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 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 EntryDMAA products continue to dwindle
HPRC has updated its list of DMAA-containing products, showing that 20 more products have been discontinued or reformulated to exclude the ingredient.
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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 Entry application/x-troff-meQuestions about C4 Extreme?
Will C4 Extreme cause you to “pop positive” on a drug test? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out the answer.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeAccident prone? Get some sleep!
When it comes to reducing your risk for accidents and enhancing your performance, sleep is one tool that has comprehensive benefits!
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Journal Entry C headerCaffeine in supplements – how much?
Some of the most popular dietary supplements sold on military bases may give inaccurate—or no—information about caffeine content on their labels.
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Journal EntryRelaxation drinks: Problematic for teens?
Are relaxation drinks safe for children and adolescents? Recent reports highlight possible problems.
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