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From insurance to supplements

THE rising incidence of lifestyle-related diseases has opened up a huge market for food supplements all over the world and Malaysia is certainly no exception.

Madsa: Let doctors prescribe health supplements

Doctors must be allowed to prescribe health supplements as there are patients who need them for a healthier lifestyle and to maintain their health.

U.S. dietary supplements often contaminated - report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Many popular dietary supplements contain ingredients that may cause cancer, heart problems, liver or kidney damage, but U.S. stores sell them anyway and Americans spend millions on them, according to Consumer Reports.

Association dismisses claims of harm in dietary supplements, says ‘unsubstantiated’

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Dietary Supplement Association (Madsa) has dismissed claims that dietary supplements may be harmful to consumer health.

An assurance on supplements

Health supplements business rivals banded for the first time to assure consumers that the remaining 97% of supplements still on retail shelves are safe for use.

Calcium supplements may raise risk of heart attack

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Calcium supplements, which many people consume hoping to ward off osteoporosis, may increase the risk of heart attack by as much as 30 percent, researchers reported on Friday.

HIV children benefit from zinc supplements - study

LONDON (Reuters) - Zinc supplements could be a simple and safe way to reduce illnesses such as diarrhoea in children infected with HIV, researchers said on Friday.

Vitamin check: Ensuring health supplements are what they are claim to be

The Health Ministry will conduct an exercise to verify the vitamin and mineral content in health supplements as claimed by manufacturers.

Vitamin D supplements cuts early death risk - study

LONDON (Reuters) - People who take regular doses of vitamin D have a significantly lower risk of dying early than those who do not use supplements, according to new research published on Monday.

Boycott supplements call

Consumers should boycott food supplements if their prices continue to escalate, said Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad.

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