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Pharmavite Launches Drug-Nutrient Interaction/Depletions Database

January 1, 2006

Pharmavite Launches Drug-Nutrient Interaction/Depletions Database
Pharmavite LLC, Northridge, CA, has introduced a new drug-nutrient interaction and depletion (DNID) database as part of its online dietary supplement information resource, Vitamin & Herb University, which can be accessed at www.vitaminherbuniversity.com. The new DNID reviews more than 70 vitamins, minerals, herbs and supplements, as well as 16 common drug classes, identifying products to take or use with caution with certain drugs. Users can search by drug category, drug brand or supplement to learn about specific drug and nutrient interactions and nutritional depletions.

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