US Senator Charles Schumer argued that the FDA should examine the contents of STEEM peanut butter as its caffeine content may be harmful to kids.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reviewing the popular diabetes drug Avandia which was banned in 2010 after researchers found that thousands of people had heart problems after taking it.
People should not buy sexual enhancement supplements because they may contain undisclosed prescription drugs that could cause serious harm, according to researchers.
It would be the first time that the FDA had approved medical treatment to be used after a nuclear incident.
A Massachusetts pharmacy issued a voluntary recall Monday has recalled more than a dozen products it made and distributed since Jan. 1, after regulators found "foreign matter" in vials of injectable drugs.
As a result of a lack of a new 2013 budget and across-the-board spending cuts, the FDA will need to conduct fewer safety inspections.
The FDA approved Shionogi's drug, OsphenaTM for treating people with moderate to severe dyspareunia, which is a condition that makes sexual intercourse painful.
As 17 percent of U.S. adults have some degree of hearing loss, and the chance of becoming hard of hearing increases with age, cochlear implants can improve speech and quality of life in adults with severe hearing loss, according to a new study.
Japanese drug manufacturer Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and U.S.-based Affymax Inc. issued a recall on Sunday of their anemia drug Omontys used for kidney dialysis patients following reports of serious hypersensitivity reactions among several users which even resulted in some deaths.
In a new breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer, the Food and Drug Administration approved a new type of drug on Friday which is a hybrid between the commonly used breast cancer medicine Herceptin and a potent toxin which targets tumors, while minimizing damage to other cells.
Outside the Food and Drug Administration’s Pacific Regional Laboratory Northwest in the Seattle, Washington area, a teen boy was shot.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.