Willingness to take a vaccine as soon as it's available has dropped since the summer.
The Trump administration spent the summer trying to get the Food and Drug Administration to re-impose restrictions on the abortion pill, despite the ongoing pandemic.
The White House is blocking stronger standards for the vaccine that would delay its approval until after Election Day.
The FDA "will not authorize or approve a vaccine that we would not feel comfortable giving to our families," its commissioner said Wednesday.
Taking nootropics—supplements that promise to enhance mental function—could expose you to high doses of unapproved drugs, in combinations that have never been studied in humans.
They're asking the FDA to declare the pill used in about 40% of abortions an “imminent hazard to public health.”
The race to develop a coronavirus vaccine is getting crowded — and expensive.
California had hoped to buy $1 billion in personal protective gear from a Chinese company better known for electric cars and buses.
“We unfortunately see unscrupulous actors marketing fraudulent test kits and using the pandemic as an opportunity to take advantage of Americans’ anxiety,” the FDA said in a statement.
Jane Henney says the restrictions are dangerous during a pandemic because they require unnecessary travel and contact between patients and providers.
And leaked emails show the administration had big plans for the unproven drug, pressuring its top health officials to push for its use.