US Firm's Supplement Claims For Hangover Relief Watered Down In Industry Self-Regulation Review
More Labs’ online claims might not be distilled satisfactorily for FDA’s taste for dietary supplement claims for hangover help agency made known a year ago. Firm will narrow claim suggesting its products could broadly relieve hangover symptoms.
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