The FDA doesn’t have enough bandwidth to oversee the 50,000 on the market.
Dr. Sportelli shares this needs to be taken very seriously.
Roughly 75% of people in the United States take supplements, but the industry is largely unregulated.
Senior investigative reporter Leslie Marcus shares that she was able to buy tianeptine very easily.
The Doctors investigate supplements containing the drug tianeptine, which can be addictive, possibly deadly, and are called "gas station heroin.”
Meet Kristi, a mother who says she lost her son to an overdose of tianeptine.
Dr. Sportelli shares he cannot believe it's being marketed as a nutritional supplement!
Does this woman have a case against the school district?
Are you using January or "Dry January" as a time to take a step back and reexamine your drinking? We share how taking small steps (or even big ones) can help you rethink your relationship with alcohol.
Are your holiday drinking habits a sign of a possible larger issue with alcohol?