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AbstractIntroduction: Recent nationwide surveys found that natural products, including botanical dietary supplements, are used by ∼18% of adults. In many cases, there is a paucity of toxicological data available for these substances to allow for confident evaluations of product safety. The...
AbstractIntroduction: Herb–drug interaction is an important clinical risk associated with the concomitant consumption of herbal supplements with conventional drugs. African potato (AP) (Hypoxis hemerocallidea) is widely used by HIV and cancer patients as an immune enhancer. In this study, we...
AbstractIntroduction: As the use of dietary supplements increases, botanical–drug interaction (BDI) potentials should be evaluated. Boswellia serrata extract (BSE) is traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory supplement. In the scientific literature, BSE has been shown to reduce the activity...
AbstractIntroduction: The expanding use of multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) in various consumer and industrial products has raised concerns regarding the potential health risks following the inhalation of this nanomaterial. Recent studies indicate that MWCNT exposure can cause deleterious...
AbstractIntroduction: Phenones and hydroxybenzophenones are widely used as ultraviolet radiation filters, and in the manufacturing of insecticides and pharmaceuticals. Understanding the estrogenic potential of these chemicals is of interest to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other...
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