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.
If you suffer from a milk allergy, you may want to do some research before eating that piece of dark chocolate.
Whole Foods has recalled dozens of items prepared with a supplier’s ground cumin spice ingredient that may have contained undeclared peanut.
The law requires that pet foods be safe to eat, be produced under sanitary conditions, contain no harmful substances, and be truthfully labeled.
Pennsylvania Senator Robert Casey takes aim at powdered caffeine – a potentially dangerous supplement. He says the FDA should consider banning it. “I believe they need to do more work,” Sen. Casey said Monday.
The latest robotic technology is helping spinal cord injury victims get back on their feet.
The Food and Drug Administration has just approved a faster, more accurate test that can be used in your local doctor’s office.
Where in the Constitution does it empower the federal government to tell private restaurants what to put on their menu? I checked and the answer is nowhere.
Health: FDA Issues New Rules Mandating Calories Be Posted On Menus At Big Chain Restaurants And Stores
The FDA issued new rules which will soon show you exactly how many calories you’re eating when you dine out.
Rich covered all angles of the Ferguson grand jury decision not charging police officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown. He also talked to New Jersey Assemblyman Troy Singleton about a rape law he’s proposed and CBS 3 Meteorologist Kate Bilo about tomorrow’s storm.
This Thanksgiving, Butterball turkeys will have a new label: American Humane Certified on all of its products. What does that mean?
As of this past month, the FDA made regulations mandatory for all foods that label themselves gluten free.
Now that fall sports are underway, treating concussions will become an issue.
A new way to zap away pain has become a popular alternative to medications and injections. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you how it works.