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The myth of the sunscreen pill

(CNN) -- If you heard that a dietary supplement would " strengthen your skin's defenses against ultraviolet radiation ," " defend your skin and eyes from sun damage " or act as " basically an oral sunscreen ," would you think it was too good to be true?

That's what the US Food and Drug Administration found in late May, issuing warning letters to the manufacturers of four of these products. The supplements -- Advanced Skin Brightening Formula, Sunsafe Rx, Solaricare and Sunergetic -- were "putting people's health at risk by giving consumers a false sense of security that a dietary supplement could prevent sunburn, reduce early skin aging caused by the sun, or protect from the risks of skin cancer," according to an  FDA news release .

And in June, US Sen. Chuck Schumer urged that these pills  be removed from online and retail marketplaces , citing claims that he said "mislead consumers and carelessly put people's health at risk without thinking about the long-term effects unprotected sun exposure can have on a person."

There was an interesting study on all these promotions for male enhancement? The study showed that many?

young people are taking the Viagra, Enzyte, etc., that have no diabetes or anything wrong with their abilities. That they are taking it for sport? Do you feel that this should be treated with concern for the morals here in America, and politically work


It's an interesting question. I mean male "get r up" drugs should really be an optional treatment....you know like cosmetic surgery, etc.

We really should be able to get high blood pressure and other life saving medications over


It's an interesting question. I mean male "get r up" drugs should really be an optional treatment....you know like cosmetic surgery, etc.

We really should be able to get high blood pressure and other life saving medications over

I Saw an Ad for "Maxoderm" Suggesting Strongly Penile Enlargement, "Male Enhancement", Peddling Magic?

Can Anyone Point me to Studies (In Reputable Journals), that this is At All Effective for What it Claims?
Thanks, warren1515, I See These Ads as a Scam, it's too Bad they Get Airplay.
Tyrone S., Do you Have Any Evidence that Yohimbine (or


I love the answers you've gotten so far. Funny as heck :-). With their advice in tow, I suspect YOU have decided against trying Maxoderm anytime soon?? I'm just kidding Mdgreg C :-). I know that wasn't the point of your question.

Logically,


Maxoderm uses Yohimbe Bark in the potion. It's best to take Yohimbe Bark internally and let it do it's job there. Yohimbe Bark will increase the blood flow to the penile area, therefore increasing the tissues to expand. Take advantage of this by using


It is NOT effective at all. In fact, claims that the penis can be enlarged by creams and pills are all fraudulent scams. Save your money. No such studies exist.

Chow!!