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All natural. Not all safe.

Just because a supplement is derived from a natural plant, like echinacea, does not always mean it’s good for you.

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / June 29, 2009

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The allure is undeniable. Stroll into a store, pluck a remedy branded “all-natural’’ from the shelf, and pay the price tattooed on the bottle. No insurance card, no prescription, no doctor appointment required. (Full article: 1208 words)

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