FDA Warns Oversized, Unmarked Droppers Could Lead To Vitamin D Overdose
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA recommends firms limit the size of droppers accompanying liquid vitamin D supplements for infants to the maximum recommended daily amount to reduce the risk of overdose
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