A recent study of restaurants in the UK found that samples of ice at six out of ten chain restaurants contained more bacteria than samples of toilet water.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday the heart clogging fats will be eliminated from the food supply.
The drug, flibanserin, is designed to boost sex drive in women.
If you are among the many men now using makeup, you should be aware that what you put on your face is not FDA approved.
It’s a story Eyewitness News health reporter Stephanie Stahl first told you about: a surgical tool suspected of spreading cancer in women. Now, the FBI is reportedly investigating who knew what and when about this potentially deadly device.
Rich discussed the tabling of a bill in New Jersey that would allow drivers to pump their own gas, more revelations from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, and calls for the privatization of Amtrak. He talked to Jesse Walker and Ira Stoll from Reason and attorney Robert Mongeluzzi.
The FDA had just approved the Senza Spinal Cord Stimulator which eliminates the down side of previous units.
Rich discussed an appeals court ruling on NSA surveillance, a Baltimore police report on the incident that resulted in the death of Freddie Gray, and Kim Kardashian being shouted down by animal rights activists. He talked with former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino, Dr. Mazz, and attorney Marc Goldich.
What does a label mean when it says the product is cruelty free?
Rich covers the federal corruption charges against New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, children drinking alcohol on holidays, and FOX News Sunday Host Chris Wallace ‘fatshaming’ Kelly Clarkson. He also talked to former federal prosecutor Lee Vartan.
Rich discusses the military’s decision to charge Bowe Bergdahl, Texas Senator Ted Cruz signing up for the Affordable Care Act, and a man kicked off a plane for wearing an expletive on his shirt.
The market right now is about a $2 billion market with nearly 3% of men over 40 taking it for low energy and low libido.
The FDA is evaluating, a popular antibiotic that patients say is making them sicker.
Don’t expect to see them too soon, but they could be coming to your local grocery store — two types of apples genetically modified to resist turning brown after they’re bruised or sliced.
Internet-connected medical implants, like pacemakers, are more common than ever. So, can they be hacked? A new report in the Journal Science suggests that could be the case.