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Separation Key To Posting Studies Linking Dietary Ingredients To Preventing Or Treating Disease

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DSHEA’s Scientific Literature Exemption is attracting attention for offering online studies showing nutrients’ benefits on diseases including COVID-19, though the method isn’t free of risks, suggests CRN executive Megan Olsen.

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