Anahad O'Connor

New York Times

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Reporter for the New York Times, covering health, fitness, nutrition and epidemiology; author of Never Shower in a Thunderstorm: Surprising Facts and Misleading Myths About Our Health and the World We Live In

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The Food and Drug Administration has authority over a $33 billion business in  dietary supplements  for weight loss and work-outs sold in hundreds of vitamin shops across the nation.

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The Food and Drug Administration has authority over a $33 billion business in dietary supplements for weight loss and work-outs sold in hundreds of vitamin shops across the nation.

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