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The bottles of vitamin D on drugstore shelves may not contain nearly as much actual active vitamin as they say they do and may contain as little as 9% of the vitamin D promised on the label, according to research released today by Kaiser Permanente.
While many consumers are aware that cetain medcines like acetaminophen (Tylenol) and other medicines can cause liver failure, there needs to be greater awareness of the dangers of certain popular herbal and dietary supplements which can can also cause liver damage, according to Steven Scaglione, MD, hepatology, Loyola University Health System (LUHS) and the Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM). “Kava, comfrey, valerian, vitamin A, niacin and even green tea, when consumed in high doses, have been linked to liver disease.”