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Lamar Odom Used ‘Herbal Viagra’ at Nevada Brothel; What Is It? How Safe?

Lamar Odom, who played on two Los Angeles Lakers championship teams and was married to reality star Khloe Kardashian, was using an “herbal Viagra” heavily at the Love Ranch South in Crystal, Nevada before he was found unconscious and rush to a hospital. What is it and how safe? Not very. The renowned Mayo Clinic warns against using any product that claims to be a “natural form of Viagra.”...

Justin Bieber Hypes Sketchy Diet Doctor’s ‘Miracle’ Body Building Drug

Justin Bieber has taken another turn down the low road by getting into bed with shady celebrity diet doctor Carlon Colker. Bieber has been hyping Colker’s latest “miracle” supplement Myo-x, to his 59 million Twitter fans. In a tweet today Bieber wrote: “Myo-x supplement helped me with my workouts thanks Carlon Colker.” Bieber is taking a page out of Kim Kardashian’s playbook. The reality television personality routinely hypes products, including diet pills, to her unsuspecting Twitter fans....
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FDA Warns L'Oreal to Stop Making Misleading Ad Claims

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned French cosmetics conglomerate L’Oréal to stop making false, unsubstantiated marketing claims for its anti-aging skincare products. In a letter sent Sept. 7, 2012, the FDA accuses L’Oreal of making misleading claims for its Genifique Youth Activating Concentrate, which claims to boost “the activity of genes and stimulate the production of youth proteins.” Specifically, the FDA has asked L’Oreal to change its website and product labels to ensure the claims don’t violate drug regulations....