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1945 18
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1947 57
1948 53
1949 43
1950 77
1951 113
1952 84
1953 92
1954 81
1955 76
1956 76
1957 75
1958 97
1959 93
1960 66
1961 94
1962 91
1963 97
1964 103
1965 54
1966 8
1967 24
1968 10
1969 14
1970 14
1971 23
1972 14
1973 19
1974 19
1975 21
1976 19
1977 11
1978 14
1979 11
1980 13
1981 12
1982 15
1983 11
1984 18
1985 12
1986 7
1987 16
1988 11
1989 16
1990 14
1991 15
1992 14
1993 11
1994 23
1995 27
1996 23
1997 247
1998 803
1999 960
2000 1243
2001 1413
2002 1584
2003 1830
2004 2107
2005 2377
2006 2649
2007 2950
2008 3258
2009 3533
2010 4037
2011 4605
2012 5454
2013 5877
2014 6018
2015 6410
2016 6289
2017 6782
2018 6776
2019 4089
2020 89
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Prohibited Contaminants in Dietary Supplements.
Mathews NM. Sports Health 2018 - Review. PMID 28850291 Free PMC article.
CONTEXT: With the increasing use of unregulated dietary supplements, athletes are at continued risk from adverse medical events and inadvertent doping. ...RESULTS: Poor manufacturing processes and intentional contamination with many banned substances continue to occur in dietary supplements sold in the United States. ...
CONTEXT: With the increasing use of unregulated dietary supplements, athletes are at continued risk from adverse medical event …
Dietary Supplements: Regulatory Challenges and Research Resources.
Dwyer JT, et al. Nutrients 2018 - Review. PMID 29300341 Free PMC article.
Many of the scientific and regulatory challenges that exist in research on the safety, quality and efficacy of dietary supplements are common to all countries as the marketplace for them becomes increasingly global. This article summarizes some of the challenges in supplement science and provides a case study of research at the Office of Dietary Supplements at the National Institutes of Health, USA, along with some resources it has developed that are available to all scientists. ...
Many of the scientific and regulatory challenges that exist in research on the safety, quality and efficacy of dietary supplements
Overview of regulation of dietary supplements in the USA and issues of adulteration with phenethylamines (PEAs).
Pawar RS and Grundel E. Drug Test Anal 2017 - Review. PMID 27259162
The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), which amended the FD&C Act, gave the FDA the authority to promulgate Good Manufacturing Practices for dietary supplements and required that manufacturers provide the FDA information supporting a conclusion that the ingredients are reasonably expected to be safe if the dietary ingredients were not marketed in the USA before 15 October 1994. ...Regulatory actions against manufacturers of products labelled as dietary supplements that contain the aliphatic amines 1,3-dimethylamine and 1,3-dimethylbutylamine, and PEAs such as β-methylphenethylamine, aegeline, and Dendrobium illustrate the FDA's use of its authority under the FD&C Act to promote dietary supplement safety. ...
The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), which amended the FD&C Act, gave the FDA the authority to …
Unapproved Pharmaceutical Ingredients Included in Dietary Supplements Associated With US Food and Drug Administration Warnings.
Tucker J, et al. JAMA Netw Open 2018. PMID 30646238 Free PMC article.
IMPORTANCE: Over half of adults in the United States report consuming dietary supplements. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned of numerous dietary supplements containing undeclared, unapproved pharmaceutical ingredients. ...RESULTS: From 2007 through 2016, 776 adulterated dietary supplements were identified by the FDA and 146 different dietary supplement companies were implicated. ...
IMPORTANCE: Over half of adults in the United States report consuming dietary supplements. The US Food and Drug Administration …
Intended or Unintended Doping? A Review of the Presence of Doping Substances in Dietary Supplements Used in Sports.
Martínez-Sanz JM, et al. Nutrients 2017 - Review. PMID 28976928 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: The use of dietary supplements is increasing among athletes, year after year. Related to the high rates of use, unintentional doping occurs. ...The objective of this review is to summarize the presence of unlabeled doping substances in dietary supplements that are used in sports. ...
INTRODUCTION: The use of dietary supplements is increasing among athletes, year after year. Related to the high rates of use, …
Liver toxicity related to herbs and dietary supplements: Online table of case reports. Part 2 of 5 series.
Brown AC. Food Chem Toxicol 2017 - Review. PMID 27402097
BACKGROUND: No online current list of potentially life-threatening, hepatotoxic herbs and dietary supplements based on PubMed case reports exists in a summarized tabular form. METHODS: Documented case reports of herbs or dietary supplements (DS; includes herbs) appearing to contribute to liver injury were used to create an online "DS Toxic Table" of potentially hepatotoxic herbs and dietary supplements (PubMed, 1966 to June, 2016, and cross-referencing). ...
BACKGROUND: No online current list of potentially life-threatening, hepatotoxic herbs and dietary supplements based on PubMed …
Dietary supplements and team-sport performance.
Bishop D. Sports Med 2010 - Review. PMID 21058748
While a number of excellent reviews have evaluated the performance-enhancing effects of most dietary supplements, less attention has been paid to the performance-enhancing claims of dietary supplements in the context of team-sport performance. Dietary supplements that enhance some types of athletic performance may not necessarily enhance team-sport performance (and vice versa). ...
While a number of excellent reviews have evaluated the performance-enhancing effects of most dietary supplements, less attenti …
Dietary supplements.
Massey PB. Med Clin North Am 2002 - Review. PMID 11795085
Dietary supplements are an uncharted territory that warrants complete and accurate exploration. One should not be surprised that disease and illness may respond to dietary supplements. ...The explosion of the dietary supplement market is compelling physicians to become aware of dietary supplements. Whether or not they are used in clinical practice is a decision for the individual physician. ...
Dietary supplements are an uncharted territory that warrants complete and accurate exploration. One should not be surprised th
Problems and Prospects: Public Health Regulation of Dietary Supplements.
Binns CW, et al. Annu Rev Public Health 2018. PMID 29272167
Dietary supplements are a global business worth more than US$100 billion annually. These supplements are taken by up to 50% of adults and perhaps one-third of children in economically advanced economies. ...There are important public health reasons for taking some supplements, including folate and iodine in pregnancy. This review discusses the public health concerns associated with dietary supplements and suggests directions for further regulation....
Dietary supplements are a global business worth more than US$100 billion annually. These supplements are taken by up to
Hepatotoxicity of herbal and dietary supplements: an update.
Stickel F and Shouval D. Arch Toxicol 2015 - Review. PMID 25680499
Herbal and dietary supplements (HDS) have been used for health-related purposes since more than 5000 years, and their application is firmly anchored in all societies worldwide. ...
Herbal and dietary supplements (HDS) have been used for health-related purposes since more than 5000 years, and their applicat …
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