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Gummy Vitamins May Be Dangerous To Your Health

One of the most popular vitamin supplements may be hazardous to your health. A recent test of gummy vitamins found a vast majority do not provide the body with the proper nutrients. The test of 50 different multivitamins found that 80% of gummy multivitamins did not meet the standards of dietary...
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FDA Warning About Packaged & Processed "Bone Treats"

A warning for dog owners about a time honored treat dogs love. The FDA says "Bone Treats" or cooked and processed Ham Bones, Pork Femur Bones, Rib Bones and Smokey Knuckle Bones and any bone dried through a smoking process or by baking could be deadly. The agency says about 90 dogs have been...
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Black Licorice Warning From The Government

As door bells rings as homes open their doors to kids asking for treats, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reminding everyone that too much black licorice can he harmful to your health. While the two camps are divided about black licorice, those who are devoted fans might want to enjoy your...
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Company Says "Love" Is An Actual Ingredient In Their Food

Eating food made with love taste better, right? Not according to the government as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns a Massachusetts bakery to take the word love out of its ingredients label. The Nashoba Brook Bakery includes "Love" as a key ingredient on its granola packaging. But what...
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New FDA Warning For Kids And Yohimbe Herbal Supplements

There are hundreds of herbal extracts and supplements on the market and although they do not have to be approved by the FDA, the agency is giving a warning for children to avoid yohimbe tree bark extract. The evergreen tree extract has been used there for centuries to boost general health, athletic...
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Pharmaceutical Expiration Dates Questioned

Expiration dates could be why the price of your health care continue to rise. And much like their cousins in the food sector, just because it's has reached its expiration dates doesn't mean their less effective. It is estimated that pharmacists and medial workers destroy $765 billion in pills,...
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FDA Considering Changing How Pharmaceutical Advertisements Air

All those pills, crèmes and sprays advertised by drug companies on radio, TV and online, with that laundry list of potential side effects are "overwarning us", says the FDA! The Food and Drug Administration requires that drug commercials provide a 'fair balance' of information both the benefits and...
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Is Cauliflower Rice Confusing You?

There's a showdown heading towards the Food and Drug Administration over cauliflower rice. The white vegetable that is pulverized in a food processor until it looks and acts like rice, is not rice and should not be called rice, says the President of USA Rice. The lobbyist group says cauliflower...
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Tattoo Inks May Be The Cause Of Infections To Cancer

The Food and Drug Administration updated their guidelines on tattoos for this first time in over 10 years this week and it may be an eye-opener for anyone considering some new ink, even through 3 in 10 adults has at least one tattoo, with women opting for more tattoos than men. Although tattoo...
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Peeps Oreos Have A Bright Pink Side Effect

A post shared by The Junk Food Aisle (@thejunkfoodaisle) on Feb 27, 2017 at 4:32pm PST Peeps and Oreos fans were ecstatic of a marriage made in heaven, Peeps Oreo cookies hit store shelves last month. But there's appears to be a side effect of consuming these cookies. Food fans have been sharing...
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