Ask NYT to Amend their Misleading, Anti-Supplement Article!

The New York Times recently published “Spike in Harm to Liver Is Tied to Dietary Aids,” a flagrantly biased, anti-supplement article that cited incorrect information.

Why is the NYT attacking dietary supplements? It could have something to do with the pharmaceutical industry’s advertising clout, which the NYT depends upon: in its 2012 annual report, the NYT stated that advertising, with subscriptions, is what it “principally” derives its revenue from.

No matter the reason, the NYT should hold itself accountable for sloppy journalism. Tell the New York Times to fix their misleading article!

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