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Of Health and Men - Celebrating Men's Health Month

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Men are more likely than women to smoke and drink alcohol, put off regular medical checkups, and make less than healthy choice. Some men use dietary supplements to help them achieve their health goals, with many good results. However, some scientists are becoming increasingly cautious about these supplements because of the way they can impact the liver. One way to avoid adulterated supplements is to seek out the USP Verified Mark on the labels. 

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Choosing a Quality Supplement

Using USP Verified Supplements with your Diet

USP breaks down its process for helping to ensure dietary supplement quality in this infographic.

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Why Dietary Supplement Ingredient Verification Matters

USP Verified Dietary Supplements

Consumer Reports’ recent exploration into American dietary supplement popularity and limited regulatory oversight reveals dangers to avoid and tips to guide your supplement choices. Among the publication’s recommendations is to look for the USP Verified mark. Learn more.

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