Food and Drug Administration
“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.
Tom Miller is Iowa's attorney general. He's also an adviser to JUUL, even as the company faces controversy and lawsuits.
The FDA is forcing this small dairy to either add synthetic vitamins to its skim milk, or call it 'imitation' skim milk.
St. Jude Medical has issued a software patch to address the problem.
Over a million Americans will seek medical treatment outside of the United States this year, but "medical tourism" is not without serious risks.
Rats eat 42 billion tons of our food each year worldwide and cost the United States an estimated $19 billion annually. They have earned our fear but deserve our respect.
Vaping manufacturers will have to apply for FDA marketing authorization and provide information on the design and ingredients of their products — and they are not happy.
The FDA is holding America back as we enter the transhumanist age.
The US Food and Drug Administration has overturned its 30-year ban on blood donations by gay men, saying they can now donate 12 months after their last sexual contact with another man.
After a Harvard study found that most flavored e-cigarette liquids contain chemicals meant for food that could potentially lead to lung disease when inhaled, another researcher countered that this chemical hazard is not new.
The agency is talking up threats to hospitals and medical devices, but not following up with enforcement.