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The very idea that delis, grocery stores and gas stations are in the business of selling dietary supplements is a violation of common sense, writes Dan Hurley in his new book Natural Causes, a lengthy polemic against the supplement industry. Hurley claims that some 1.5 million Americans have suffered adverse reactions to common vitamins and herbal supplements during the past two decades. The book

“The very idea that delis, grocery stores and gas stations are in the business of selling dietary supplements is a violation of common sense,” writes Dan Hurley in his new book “Natural Causes,” a lengthy polemic against the supplement industry. Hurley claims that some 1.5 million Americans have suffered adverse reactions to common vitamins and herbal supplements during the past two decades.

The book hasn't landed on any best-seller lists, but anecdotes — such as one involving a woman

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