Where can I file a consumer complaint about a website?

If you have a problem during an online transaction, try to solve ity with the seller or website. If that does not work, file a complaint with: Your consumer protection agency. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Your state attorney general. Econsumer.gov, if your purchase was with a foreign retailer.

Where do I go to complain about a product or service?

If you have problems with an item or service you purchased, you have the right to complain. Start your complaint with the seller or manufacturer. If they don’t help, seek help from your local government or a consumer organization.

What happens if you file a complaint with the government?

Some federal agencies accept complaints about companies, but may not resolve your problem. They use complaints to help them investigate fraud. Some problems with sellers are the result of frauds and scams. If you believe that you have been the victim of fraud, file a complaint with the correct government agency.

Can a 65 year old take probiotics for diarrhea?

Probiotics may be helpful for antibiotic-associated diarrhea in young and middle-aged people, but a benefit has not been demonstrated in elderly people, according to a 2016 review of 30 studies (7,260 participants), 5 of which focused on people age 65 or older.

Where can you find probiotics in your body?

Probiotics are live microorganisms that are intended to have health benefits when consumed or applied to the body. They can be found in yogurt and other fermented foods, dietary supplements, and beauty products. Although people often think of bacteria and other microorganisms as harmful “germs,” many are actually helpful.

How many studies have been done on probiotics?

A 2017 analysis of 31 studies (8,672 total patients) concluded that it is moderately certain that probiotics can reduce the risk of C. difficile diarrhea in adults and children who are receiving antibiotics. Most of these studies involved hospital patients.