You must identify proprietary blends by use of the term “Proprietary Blend” or an appropriately descriptive term or fanciful name. On the same line, you must list the total weight of all “other dietary ingredients” contained in the blend. Indented underneath the name of the blend, you must list the “other dietary ingredients” in the blend, either in a column or linear fashion, in descending order of predominance by weight. These ingredients should be followed by a symbol referring to the footnote “Daily Value Not Established.” Dietary ingredients having RDIs or DRVs must be listed separately and the individual weights declared. – 21 CFR (b)(2) and (c) ( source )
Potential side effects are different between men and women. Common effects seen in men is jaundice, baldness, acne, breast tissue development, permanent liver damage and/or liver tumors and heart problems. Common side effects for women include jaundice, permanent deepening of their voice, increased facial hair, acne, permanent liver damage, heart problems and problems with their menstrual cycle. This list is not exhaustive, there are several other short and long-term side effects that are caused by steroid use. Most of the effects will gradually get better after cessation of the drug. However, there are grave and permanent risks involved whether the anabolic steroid is taken orally or with an injection.
After the Trinity test , the fallout caused localized burns on the backs of cattle in the area downwind.  The fallout had the appearance of small flaky dust particles. The cattle showed temporary burns, bleeding, and loss of hair. Dogs were also affected; in addition to localized burns on their backs, they also had burned paws, likely from the particles lodged between their toes as hoofed animals did not show problems with feet. About 350–600 cattle were affected by superficial burns and localized temporary loss of dorsal hair; the army later bought 75 most affected cows as the discolored regrown hair lowered their market value.  The cows were shipped to Los Alamos and Oak Ridge, where they were observed. They healed, now sporting large patches of white fur; some looked like being scalded.