More than 25,000 adverse event reports were linked to dietary supplements since 2004, according to a new report by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Last month, the FDA announced that it was publicly releasing adverse event data it had received related to cosmetics and food, including conventional foods and dietary supplements. The adverse events include any negative reaction or complaints experienced after using or consuming a product, including serious illness, severe allergic reactions or other major medical events, as well as issues such as defective packaging or quality problems. The first report reached back to Jan. 1, 2004, through ... Read More
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