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State of Georgia: "Persons from marketing or distributing food, disseminating information on food, food materials, dietary or food supplements, or minerals or herbs, including but not limited to operators and employees of health food stores or other licensed businesses which sell such products, provided that such persons shall not engage in the oral or written explanation of the historical use, benefit, or preparation of such products which is intentionally deceptive or fraudulent, and such persons shall not furnish specific nutrition information related to such products which is deceptive or fraudulent. Persons included in this paragraph shall not use the title “dietitian” and shall not designate themselves by any other term or title which implies that such persons are licensed under this chapter".

American Herbalists Guild: Prior to making structure/function claims you must possess substantiated evidence supporting that the claim is truthful and not misleading.

FDA 101: Dietary Supplements | FDA

: Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA)

"Notably, naturopathic licensing regulations do not apply to “[a] person who is not licensed or certified by the board and who sells food articles to supplement the diet of a person or who sells a natural substance that does not require a prescription.” Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 32-1521. However, the allegations in the complaint allege that the Defendants’ actions went far beyond simply selling food articles and natural substances, as the complaint alleges that the Defendants took the steps of diagnosing the decedent’s medical condition and prescribed a series of treatments to cure the decedent. (Doc. 40-1 at 3–4)."

Minnesota: The taking of an MRI scan, in and of itself, does not constitute the practice of medicine . . .

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State of Georgia: "A Nurse Aide Training Program (NATP) is a State approved program which is Nursing Home Facility based or non-Nursing Home Facility based and offers training to candidates that desire to become eligible for certification as a certified nurse aide. Georgia requires the program to provide one comprehensive course to train candidates to work in all health care facilities (e.g. nursing homes, hospitals, hospice, home health, etc.). Georgia requires a minimum of eighty-five (85) hours of training which must include twenty-four (24) hours of clinical rotation in a nursing home supervised by an approved Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse. The nurse aide course must be taught in English ONLY. The 85 hours required by the state must be spent on the Federal/State Core Curriculum. All additional subject matter hours must be added to the required hours for the nurse aide training program. Orientation to the nursing homes cannot be included in the twenty-four (24) hours of clinical."
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