WASHINGTON — Supermarkets and other retail outlets that sell dietary supplements have begun accepting returns of various Hydroxycut products, following a voluntary recall announced Friday by the manufacturer. The recall of the popular weight-loss/energy-enhancement aids were implemented after the Food and Drug Administration determined the fat-burning supplement was a common factor in 23 reports of liver injury, ranging from jaundice to liver failure and death. While acknowledging such ...

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