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Dietary supplement marketing may be regressing to "snake oil," Good Housekeeping warns.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS MARKETING MAY BE REGRESSING TO "SNAKE OIL" sales at the beginning of the 20th century, Good Housekeeping Editor in Chief Ellen Levine cautioned at a consumer safety symposium on dietary supplements and herbal remedies sponsored by the magazine in New York City March 3. "As a magazine which reaches 26 mil. readers each month, Good Housekeeping is concerned about these issues," Levine explained. "We want to know, `Can consumers benefit from dietary supplements?' and `How can regulations be improved?'; `How much do scientists really know about these products?'; and `What role can marketers of dietary supplements play in educating the consumer?'"
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