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The chemical was detected in certain ranitidine medicines like Zantac, which are commonly used to treat ulcers and indigestion.
More than 450 people have been hospitalized for lung diseases associated with vaping and e-cigarettes.
"There is a human right here to be defended," said Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, who sees the internet as a way around America's most restrictive anti-abortion laws.
The vaping company is also accused of marketing its products to students, calling e-cigarettes "totally safe."
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Il.) accused FDA Commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless of refusing to strictly regulate the vaping industry, despite the warnings of health risks.
The FDA is testing more than 100 samples of cannabis vape products, but said they hadn’t yet found what was causing the spate of illnesses.
The agency is again advocating for the labels to be mandated by law after a federal judge blocked them in 2011.
A groundbreaking study is underway that could change how U.S. patients access abortion.
The majority of dogs studied after suffering from canine dilated cardiomyopathy ate one of these grain-free products.
At least 62 people have been sickened from eating the imported fresh fruit since January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
The FDA has recalled makeup from the teen chain Claire's as well as from Beauty Plus.
The Food and Drug Administration discovered the virus on the fruit during a berry sampling.
The Food and Drug Administration said it found asbestos in a makeup kit three months after the company pulled other makeup from its stores.
While there's little we can do to avoid consuming PFAS, there are a few foods that contain a particularly large amount of them.
An opinion from DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel said the FDA lacked jurisdiction over drugs meant to “effectuate capital punishment.”
The 60-hour brexanolone infusion treatment is expected to be available starting in June.
CBD food and drink is big business. Martha Stewart is in it. “People are adding CBD to everything.”
“I don’t want to sound overdramatic here, but it seemed like a cover-up."
The nasal spray from Johnson & Johnson is a chemical cousin of ketamine, which has been used for decades as a powerful anesthetic to prepare patients for surgery.
Claire's, a retailer designed for tweens, denied the FDA's report and accused the agency of mischaracterizing its cosmetics.