This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Online retailer Bodybuilding.com is required to provide a reproductive toxicity warning to consumers before they purchase select designer steroid products marketed on its website, under the terms of a settlement the firm recently reached with the California-based non-profit Center for Environmental Health. Bodybuilding.com is also required to show the warning before the sale of products containing any of 11 listed ingredients, according to the consent judgment. The 10 products requiring the warning include all the products named in an October 2005 Washington Post article on muscle-building products containing designer steroids and several other products (1"The Tan Sheet" Dec. 5, 2005, p. 9). A monetary penalty of $22,500, to be paid to CEH, is also included in the settlement. San Francisco, Calif.-based Lexington Law Group filed the Prop 65 lawsuit on behalf of CEH July 25 (2"The Tan Sheet" Aug. 7, 2006, p. 10). A hearing on the motion to approve the settlement is set for Oct. 10, according to Lexington Law Group Attorney Howard Hirsh...
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