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This week, CHPA submitted written testimony in opposition to California Assembly Bill 1341, which prohibits individuals under the age of 18 from buying dietary supplements and OTC drugs for weight loss.
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CHPA Dietary Supplements Committee members fully support the proposed changes to the labeling requirements for health claims regarding calcium and osteoporosis. These proposed changes amend the regulation authorizing health claims on the relationship between calcium and a reduced risk of osteoporosis.