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TGA warns bodybuilding supplement a health risk MP3

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has issued a safety warning about a popular body building supplement which it says is a serious health risk. Health experts have raised concerns about the level of regulation of the supplement industry, which is adept at marketing mysterious and untested combinations of substances to body builders. Source: abc.net.au

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