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Dr. Oz Grilling In Senate Tops 2014 Dietary Supplement News

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Articles on the potential that debate around the benefits of fish oils will damage consumer regard for omega-3 supplements, FDA’s guidance on distinguishing between liquid supplements and conventional beverages and Daniel Fabricant’s exit from FDA’s supplement regulation office also were highly read in 2014.

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