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Journal EntryDietary supplements and drug testing
Want to know if your dietary supplement or prescription drug product will affect your drug test? Consult with DoD laboratories for help.
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Journal EntryIs there a list of dietary supplements/substances banned by the military?
There is no banned dietary supplement list in the military, but you can learn how to make informed decisions about dietary supplement use.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDietary supplement module for continuing education credits
Earn continuing education credits—or just learn more—from this two-hour educational module designed for military healthcare providers.
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Journal Entry D source codeDMAA-containing products list updated
HPRC has updated its list of products containing DMAA to help you make informed decisions in buying dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryDietary supplements: What’s in them for you?
HPRC’s new Dietary Supplement Classification System offers information to help you decide whether a dietary supplement can help you reach your performance goals or whether it may have side effects you want to avoid.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsFDA Alert: Multiple “tainted’ weight-loss products
Consumers are advised not to purchase or use these 18 weight-loss products, which contain the undeclared drug ingredient sibutramine.
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Journal EntryDMAA-containing products in question
HPRC offers a list of products containing DMAA to help you make informed decisions in buying dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programDepartment of Defense removes DMAA-containing dietary supplements from exchanges
DMAA-containing dietary supplements at military exchanges have been temporarily removed from shelves.
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Journal EntryProducts containing DMAA temporarily removed from AAFES stores
The AAFES is pulling products that contain DMAA from its shelves and will no longer see anything with this potentially dangerous substance.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programProducts containing DMAA gone from AAFES stores
The AAFES is pulling products that contain DMAA from its shelves and will no longer sell anything with this potentially dangerous substance.
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