It’s the second in a new class of drugs that works in a different way from statins to bring cholesterol levels down
FDA rules require mayonnaise to contain eggs; Hampton Creek's Just Mayo doesn't
The new law will make labeling more confusing and make way for more environmentally destructive palm oil
A trademark piece of fast dealing from the acquisition-driven Canadian company
Authorities have approved flibanserin to treat lack of sexual desire among women
There are key differences between the two drugs
Not everyone thinks flibanserin should be approved
This graphic explains the newly-approved drug
There will be strict limits on when it is safe to prescribe
She failed to mention any risks related to the drug on her Instagram post
The FDA is blocked from stopping a drug company's marketing claim
The pill is better for children and elderly users who find it difficult to swallow large tablets
They could break in via a hospital’s network, authorities warn
Americans could know more about the amount of added sugar in their food
The FDA approved the first of a new class of drugs for treating high cholesterol. Here’s the story of how researchers went from a DNA mutation to a drug in 10...
You can, but deciphering some of those label statements can be tricky.
The FDA has added to its warning about the risks of certain painkillers
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug for heart failure that some say could replace current drugs and procedures used to treat the...
The new deadline is Dec. 1, 2016
Daily shots of liraglutide (Saxenda), recently approved by the FDA, helps overweight or obese patients lose weight