Resources & References – DNI/DSI Webcast
Tools and Resources Highlighted in this Webcast
- Natural health product–drug interaction tool: A scoping review(cph.sagepub.com)
- FDA Basics - Dietary Supplements(www.fda.gov)
- FDA Basics - What is a Dietary Supplement?(www.fda.gov)
- Buying and Using Medicine Safely(www.fda.gov)
- Using Dietary Supplements(www.fda.gov)
- Warning on Body Building Products Marketed as Containing Steroids(www.fda.gov)
- Tainted Products(www.fda.gov)
- Dangerous Supplement Now Sold as 'WOW'(www.fda.gov)
- NSF International(www.nsf.org)
- USP-Verified Dietary Supplements(www.usp.org)
- USDA General-Information and Resources(fnic.nal.usda.gov)
- Natural Medicines(naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com)
- NIH - 4 Tips: Start Talking With Your Health Care Providers About Complementary Health Approaches(nccih.nih.gov)
- Natural Product Trends(nccih.nih.gov)
- NIH - Office of Dietary Supplements
- NIH - Office of Dietary Supplements - Newsletters(ods.od.nih.gov)
- PubMed Dietary Supplement Subset(ods.od.nih.gov)
Resources For Your Patients
- Nutrient Questionnaire(familydoctor.org)
- Dietary Supplement Questions(familydoctor.org)
- Nutrient Deficiency Questionnaire(familydoctor.org)
- DNI and DSI: What You Need to Know(familydoctor.org)
- DNI and DSI: Examples of Dietary Supplement Interactions(familydoctor.org)
- DNI and DSI: Drug Interactions with St. John's Wort(familydoctor.org)
- Dietary Supplements: What You Need to Know(familydoctor.org)
- Dietary Supplements: Questions to Ask Your Doctor(familydoctor.org)
- Nutrition Toolkit
- Vitamin Label
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