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Tilray acquires Manitoba Harvest in deal worth over $300 million

Tilray Inc. stock was up 4.5 percent after the company announced a $317 million cash-and-stock deal for Manitoba Harvest, a company that claims to be the world’s biggest hemp food maker.

NY attorney general finds fraudulent supplements in many stores

A recent investigation by the New York State attorney general has found that big retailers sold contaminated and possibly dangerous supplements.

Study finds natural supplements can prevent colorectal cancer

Scientists in Great Britain have found a link between the levels of selenium in our blood and a decreased risk of cancer.

Stressed employees turning to energy drinks

London - A new survey has found a strong link between employees how report that they are “overworked” and the purchase and consumption of energy drinks.

FDA queries testosterone supplement benefits

A new report suggests that there is little much evidence to support the health benefits of testosterone-enhancing drugs. At the same time there do not appear to be any major risks linked to the use of such supplements.

Op-Ed: A case for supplements

“Supplements” are gaining a bad reputation among clean eaters and foodies who claim you should be getting your nutrition from whole foods. Well, obviously.

Anatabloc manufacturer to voluntarily stop sales

Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is the maker of a dietary supplement that has caused significant controversy recently, since the FDA has informed the company “that it was marketing the supplement in violation to federal regulations.”

New caffeine powder gives coffee haters a new way to get buzzed

When most people want a caffeine boost, they reach for a cup of coffee or tea. But now, a new caffeine powder called CaffeinAll is giving people a new way to add caffeine to any food or drink they choose.

Will more people take up physical fitness with arrival of spring?

Cincinnati - Who doesn't want to be physically fit? In a quick-fix world of one-hour dry cleaners, one-hour photo stores and fast-food restaurants, it's safe to think that becoming healthy and transforming into a Greek God can be done quickly too. But no. recalls 65 dietary supplements, LLC has announced it is conducting a voluntary nationwide and international recall of all lots and expiration dates of 65 dietary supplement products.

Unregulated Herbal Supplements Pose Serious Health Risks

While visiting with a friend a few days ago I happened to mention that I am diabetic and sometimes have problems sleeping. She said, “That's okay, I can cure that,” then gave me kava. It's likely she didn't know kava is risky for those with diabetes

Gingko: Not a very smart drug

Gingko is one of the oldest plants on Earth. It predates the dinosaurs. The fashion of smart drugs came and went pretty fast, but of those which ever gained any credibility, gingko was the belle of the ball, and most studied.

Do You Take Vitamins? Do You Need A Prescription? The FDA Thinks You Do!

The FDA is attempting to regulate vitamins, herbs and juices as "drugs". If they achieve this goal, you would need a doctor's prescription for your multivitamins! Whole Foods stores would boast bare shelves, as the pharmaceutical industry stepped in!

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