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The FDA Is Cracking Down On Misleading Dietary Supplements

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The FDA Is Cracking Down On Misleading Dietary Supplements

The FDA Is Cracking Down On Misleading Dietary Supplements

According to a press release issued Monday, the FDA is working to revamp its policies on dietary supplements.

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