August 2018

NEW CE/CME: Natural Medicines for Improving Athletic Performance

As many as 76% of college athletes take a supplement. This number jumps to 100% in some sports, like weight lifting. So do any work? Are they safe? And how do you know if a supplement is legal for athletes? Get the details in our new CE/CME on Natural Medicines for Improving Athletic Performance.

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