Dozens Of Dog Food Brands Recalled After Euthanasia Drug FoundA massive recall has been issued by multiple companies after an investigation revealed an ingredient that is a common euthanasia drug given to pets when they are put down.
Gene Therapy Cure For Blindness Gets $850K Price TagThe one-time injection will cost patients $425,000 per eye and reverses the disease called retinal dystrophy.
FDA: 'Bone Treats' Causing Dog Deaths And IllnessesThe FDA says they have received about 68 reports of pet illnesses, and even deaths, related to “bone treats.”
FDA Approves First Digital Ingestion Tracking System MedThe FDA has approved the first digital pill.
Candy Overdose? FDA Issues Warning On Black Licorice DangersThis Halloween, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a warning about the dangers of eating too much candy, specifically black licorice.
FDA: 'Love' Is Not A Real Ingredient In Bakery's Granola A bakery lists love as an ingredient in their granola but federal officials say that's not okay.
Nearly Half A Million Pacemakers Recalled, Vulnerable To Hacking Almost half a million people in the U.S. must update their pacemakers that are vulnerable to being hacked.
FDA Proposes Less Nicotine In Cigarettes To Fight AddictionThe FDA will attempt to regulate the level of nicotine in cigarettes for the first time ever, with the hope of lowering cigarette addiction.
FDA Wants More Generic Medicines On MarketThe Food and Drug Administration wants to get more generic medicines on the market as a way to make prescriptions more affordable.
Adverse Reactions To Beauty Products More Than Doubled In A YearAdverse reactions to cosmetics and personal care products more than doubled in a year. What you need to know to prevent this.
Recall Ordered After Improperly Packaged Birth Control Could Lead To PregnancyThe Food and Drug Administration has announced a nationwide recall on Mibelas 24 Fe birth control tablets.
'All Natural' Food Label Means You'll Be Willing To Pay More, Study FindsThat 'all-natural' label on your food may mean you'll be willing to pay more for it, according to a new study.