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Web site-sponsored telephone survey of 503 women finds that only 28% could correctly identify the suggested daily requirements for calcium in their diets. The survey conducted April 15-18 by Tori Hudson, National College of Naturopathic Medicine, Portland, Ore. and nutrition educator Carol Caughlin, also discovers 8% of the women surveyed use natural therapies including dietary supplements for premenstrual syndrome, while 24% use OTCs. Forty-three percent of the respondents say the federal government should be "very strict" in its regulation of dietary supplements
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