Weight-Loss Supplement Ads Should Include Warnings, Qualifiers – AHPA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Companies marketing weight-loss supplements should disclose any warnings for their products when making statements in advertising "relative to the product's safety," according to draft guidelines released by the American Herbal Products Association May 18
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