Your Health: FDA Working To Stop Misleading Claims by Health Supplement Makers

Your Health: FDA Working To Stop Misleading Claims by Health Supplement Makers

It's a 40 billion dollar industry that the vast majority of Americans participate in. But, what's behind all those grand claims made by the dietary supplements you're taking? We explain what the FDA is doing to reign in some of these misleading marketing campaigns.

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This is Home: Early Parkersburg Photos-Part 2

To Your Health: Hidden Dangers of Vaping & E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes. Vaping. Whatever you want to call it, you've seen them. Millions of people say they've tried them. And just like other smoking habits, there are hidden dangers that come along with it.

WATCH: Sharon Milliman's Full Interview With WTAP

WATCH: Sharon Milliman's Full Interview With WTAP

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