More and more people are coming forward claiming to be seriously ill victims of a powerful antibiotic they too, supposedly to get well. Now CBS$’s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen reveals an internal FDA safety report and details what the government agency isn’t telling the public.
They are some of the most widely prescribed type of antibiotics. But instead of making patients better, many say they’ve never been sicker. The most popular among them is Levaquin.
Tonight, CBS4’s Chief Investigate reporter Michele Gillen reports that the FDA is being pushed to increase the warnings about how these drugs should be used.
Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if the Food and Drug Administration approves it
MorningStar Farms is issuing a voluntary and precautionary recall of some of their products because they may inadvertently contain peanuts.
A firm is recalling it’s Happy Apple brand caramel apples over fears they could be contaminated with listeria.
Have you ever pulled a bottle of pills out of your medicine cabinet only to see that they’re expired? Are they safe to take? And will they still work?
Whether you love them or hate them, you may need them to read. Reading glasses, or cheaters as they’re sometimes called, are a fact of life for many people over a certain age. But now, help is on the way in the form of a new procedure being tested by the FDA.
CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez says in a few years you may be able to ditch those reading glasses for good.
We all know about gluten allergies. But did you know manufacturers could be substituting one allergen for another?
The Broward County Commission is taking up the issue of a possible ban on the herbal drug kratom at a 2 p.m. public hearing on Monday.
Starting Monday, millions of people who have avoided colon cancers creening can get a new home test that’s noninvasive and doesn’t require the icky preparation most other methods do.