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RegenESlim Appetite Control Capsules voluntarily recalled due to the presence of DMAA.

FDA warns consumers about caffeine powder. 

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New article on reporting side effects of supplements
Just published in The New England Journal of Medicine: A recent article brings up dietary supplement issues you need to be aware of and discusses how dietary supplement side effects could be monitored better. A PDF of the April 3rd article is available free online.

3rd International Congress on Soldiers’ Physical Performance
August 18-21, 2014
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Follow-up article questions the validity of military's blood test screening for concussions/TBI

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Wired Magazine questions the Army's research on concussions and traumatic brain injuries.

Doctor Analyzing X-Ray

In the 10/18 In the Crosshairs, we linked to a story on  from CNN.com that reported on military medical researchers that have developed a blood test that can detect if someone has suffered a concussion or a mild traumatic brain injury.

In response, Wired.com has an article in their  Danger Room section that calls into question the research that has been done by the Army.

Read the full article here.

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Military medical researchers develop blood for screening concussions or mild traumatic brain injury

HPRC Fitness Arena:
Can a blood test detect a concussion or TBI?

MRI of Head

CNN.com is reporting that military medical researchers have developed a blood test that can detect if someone has suffered a concussion or a mild traumatic brain injury.

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a big concern for the military, particularly milder forms, because unlike TBI, milder injuries cannot be seen on X-rays, CT scans or MRIs. Having this test would be useful not only for the military but for civilians as well.

Read the full article here.

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