Army & ephedra
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryRecent Department of Defense Mortality & Surveillance Division study reveals 22 deaths in which service members took ephedra supplements on a regular basis, U.S. Army Chief Dietician Brenda Forman reports in April 7 comments to FDA advocating more stringent regs for ephedra. "As a result of these findings, medical surveillance for all active duty deaths now includes investigative review and reporting of all herbal supplements used prior to death," Forman says...
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