"You failed to demonstrate your cleaning and sanitizing program is effective"
Prominent medical groups are asking the government to hurry up
Kybella was approved after two clinical trials with 1,022 adults with moderate or sever submental fat
A Swedish Company that manufactures snus wants to change its label to indicate it's safer than cigarettes
The panel's vote was split on some important points
A consumer advocacy group is calling today for federal regulatory agencies to investigate the use of the word “diet” by diet soda manufacturers, calling the...
Many supplements contain a potentially dangerous ingredient, a new study says
The produce is modified so that it doesn't brown
A small percentage of farmers are giving dairy cows drugs that aren't intended for them
The move will not change the appearance of its baked goods, says the chain
What you need to know about this promising new drug
Scan the fine print on almost any processed food in the grocery store and you’re likely to find emulsifiers: Ingredients such as polysorbate 80, lecithin,...
Similar genetic testing devices will also soon be exempt from the FDA's premarket review protocols
Duke's Dr. Robert Califf sees closer collaboration between government and industry
More changes at the powerful agency may be in the works
The agency's chief scientist, Stephen Ostroff, will serve as acting commissioner
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new device that uses electricity to control hunger pangs
Senators say energy drink companies should not market to youth under age 18
A fast-acting Ebola test gets a green light for emergency use
From an indefinite ban to one year since last sexual contact