By Judy Blatman, Senior Vice President, Communications, Council for Responsible Nutrition
If only I lived in a perfect world, like, say, Dr. Edgar Miller, one of the five doctors who have determined from on high via their editorial in the Annals of Internal Medicine, that no one needs to take a multivitamin.
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The FoodNavigator-USA business leaders round table debate
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The United Natural Products Alliance is expanding in a focused state-by-state approach as a way to most effectively cultivate the next generation of legislative advocates who can take over in Washington, said UNPA president Loren Israelsen.
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The Council for Responsible Nutrition has bolstered its science staff with the addition of Andrea Wong, PhD, who joins the organization in the role of vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs.
Stefan Gafner, PhD, the new chief scientific officer of the American Botanical Council, said he chose to work with the organization because it aligned with his overall goals as a scientist in the herbal products industry.
The American Botanical Council hit a milestone with the 30th anniversary of its quarterly publication, HerbalGram. The publication, which began life as a simple newsletter, has now transformed into an 80-page, full color magazine/journal hybrid featuring...