Food and Drug Administration
The drugs used in medication abortions are safe and effective — and experts say advance provision is crucial for abortion care after the fall of Roe v. Wade.
Disability experts say OTC hearing aids are a game-changer for many Americans -- but they also have some concerns about the rollout.
A panel of federal advisers says a pregnancy drug intended to prevent premature births should be withdrawn because it doesn't work.
Labor shortages at the largest U.S. manufacturer of the drug made it a struggle for some pharmacists to order it this summer.
U.S. health officials have approved a much-debated drug to treat the deadly illness known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
The agency notes that the idea of cooking chicken in cough syrup is not only “silly and unappetizing,” but potentially dangerous.
The Food and Drug Administration issued its initial order to ban the e-cigarette's sales last month.
BA.4 and BA.5 combined accounted for 52.3% of COVID infections last week, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The vape-fan Fox News host vowed to defy the Food and Drug Administration.
Juul, the largest U.S. e-cigarette manufacturer, has been under federal review after public concerns that its products have caused an uptick in underage nicotine use.