Increasingly popular over-the-counter dietary supplements were responsible for more than half of all major drug recalls in the United States in the past decade and have been tied to a sharp spike in complaints to the Central Ohio Poison Center over the same period, according to new data from medical researchers and state officials.
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Despite warnings from the Federal Drug Administration about the dangers of products containing the dimethylamylamine, or DMAA, the Dayton Daily News found products containing DMAA still on the shelves at vitamin and supplement retailers in the region.