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"Now, things don't bother me anymore."
Jennifer had nearly every PMS symptom, and with a vengeance. Now, to her amazement, she doesn't have any PMS symptoms left at all.
Dateline NBC – Are Dietary Supplements Safe? A PMS Comfort Perspective
April 3, 2012
"The majority of dietary supplement manufacturers and laboratories are responsible and produce safe supplements" according to Chris Hansen of Dateline NBC.