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Health And Wellness Industry News: Restoring Access Bill Introduced, Another Dietary Fiber Meets FDA Definition, More

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Restoring Access to OTC bill introduced; West Virginia is 18th state to prohibit sales of DXM-containing cough suppressant to minors without a prescription; American Botanical Council presents Norman R. Farnsworth Excellence Award to Swiss pharmacist Otto Sticher; FDA adds another fiber to definition of dietary fiber; and Jarrow probiotics top ConsumerLab brand survey.

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