Army studies workout supplements after deaths
from The New York Times
The United States Army is investigating whether certain dietary supplements for athletes, available until recently at stores on military bases in the United States, may have played a role in the deaths of two soldiers. Both soldiers died last year after having heart attacks during fitness exercises, according to a spokesman for the Army's assistant secretary of defense for health affairs.
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