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pocket bikes l THIS SCOOTER MAY NOT BE RIDDEN BY MORE THAN ONE PERSON AT ANY GIVEN TIME. CARRYING PASSENGERS MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SCOOTER, REDUCE ENGINE LIFE AND IS DANGEROUS l DO NOT DRIVE DURING NIGHT OR IN LOW VISIBILITY WITHOUT SUITABLE FRONT HEADLIGHTS l DO NOT DRIVE ON MUDDY, WET, SLIPPERY OR SANDY SURFACES OR ROADS COVERED WITH FROST, SNOW OR EXCESSIVE WATER l PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST USE THIS SCOOTER ONLY UNDER ADULT SUPERVISION AND ONLY IF LOCAL OR STATE LEGISLATION PERMITS Although FDA does not determine causality in the adverse event reports it receives, it does use these reports to signal possible risks to consumers from dietary supplements. The agency also consults other sources, such as reports in the medical literature, to identify dietary supplements that may be hazardous to consumers.

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A number of surveys have been conducted to determine the proportion of the population that uses alternative medicine products. One national survey of more than 2,000 adults conducted in 1997 found that 42 percent of Americans of all ages used at least one type of alternative therapy in the prior year for conditions such as back problems, fatigue, arthritis, high blood pressure, insomnia, depression, and anxiety.6 The survey found that 12 percent used herbal remedies. Other studies have found that 16 to 18 percent of Americans used dietary supplements, including amino acids and over-the-counter hormones after which the Secretary must initiate an administrative hearing to determine the matter, which may then be reviewed in court. DSHEA does not require dietary supplement manufacturers to register with FDA, or to identify to FDA the products they manufacture, and dietary supplement manufacturers are not required to provide the adverse event reports they receive to FDA. However, FDA does regulate nutritional and health claims made in conjunction with dietary supplements.
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In a study of ephedra, one product was shown to have as much as 154 percent of the active ingredient indicated on the label.17 A study of feverfew (promoted as a migraine prophylaxis) found that 22 percent of the products tested contained more than 110 percent of what the authors considered to be the therapeutic dose of its active pocket bikes ingredient, in two cases doubling that amount.18 Studies of ginseng have found that product concentrations varied nearly fivefold across different products19 and that 38 percent of the products tested had more than 110 percent of the amount of active ingredient on the label, four of them containing more than twice as much. FDA, FTC, and state government agencies all have oversight responsibility for products marketed as anti-aging therapies. In general, the law permits FDA to remove from the market products under its regulatory authority that are deemed dangerous or illegally marketed. FDAs regulation of dietary supplements is governed by the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act as amended by DSHEA in 1994. DSHEA does not require manufacturers of dietary supplements to demonstrate either safety or efficacy to FDA prior to marketing them.


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