The FDA is spending $270 million on studies that will examine the safety of e-cigarettes.
The FDA just approved a new diabetes drug called Afrezza.
The FDA warns parents against using any kinds of numbing medications for their teething babies.
The FDA has issued an official warning about the side effects of taking chemotherapy drug, docetaxel.
The FDA is mandating testosterone products to include a general warning about the risk of blood clots.
A new study reported that the teen attempted suicide rate has increased within the past few years.
The FDA announced that it will draft voluntary guidelines recommending food companies to reduce the sodium levels in their products.
The FDA will back down from regulating the use of wooden shelves in aging cheese.
The FDA's new draft guidelines recommend pregnant women to eat two to three servings of low-mercury fish.
Orexigen Therapeutics' diet pill, Contrave is expected to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The FDA conducted a cost-benefits study for e-cigarette regulations.
The FDA will require makers of tanning beds and sun lumps to include warning box labels.
Evergreen Produce brand raw clover sprouts have been tied to an E. coli outbreak in Idaho and Washington.
The FDA approved advantame, making it the sixth artificial sweetener available in the United States.
Minnesota has passed a bill banning the use of triclosan, which can be found in many antibacterial products.
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