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
The panel voted 16-2 in favor
New steps to ease the ban on gay blood donations might not change much
The agency says a product marketed as a treatment for Ebola violates laws that require drugs to be approved by the FDA for safety and effectiveness
Turns out, bigger can be badder: Many products claiming to enlarge men’s genitals are deceptive and potentially even deadly, according to federal experts and...
A highly anticipated bill that could bring more sunscreen ingredients to market has passed
The President’s plan to address the growing health threat of bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics doesn’t go far enough, say some, in containing the...
Sunscreens in the U.S. are lacking compared to sunscreens abroad and it's because the FDA hasn't approved any new ingredients in years. That might all change...
The Right to Try act in Colorado will help very sick people get access to some drugs before they're approved by FDA
Known as Zontivity, the new drug from manufacturer Merck can be used to reduce the risk of stroke or cardiovascular death as well as treat patients who have...
The agency says the over-the-counter drug isn’t safe to take if you’re healthy but want to prevent heart disease. So have all the doctors who recommended it been...
If you've never had a heart attack, the FDA says you can put down the aspirin bottle
If reforms go through they will represent the first major reform of labeling requirements in over 20 years
All forms of Plan B now available without restrictions