Shoppers in the U.S. will soon have more information about where their meat comes from after new federal labeling rules went into effect Thursday.
“They’re trying to make sense for the public, to make it simple for them,” Dr. Antony Benedetto said.
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Drugmaker Merck & Co. says the Food and Drug Administration is reviewing its second application to sell a new type of allergy treatment meant to gradually reduce allergic reactions over time, rather than just relieving sneezing, itching and other symptoms temporarily.
The FDA’s new look at added caffeine and its effects on children and adolescents is in response to a caffeinated gum introduced this week by Wrigley.
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The Food and Drug Administration announced that it is considering whether to go with a plan to change how meat is labeled.
A New Jersey bakery has closed after federal officials found sugar in sugar-free items and fat content well above what was on the labels.
There is a new warning about azithromycin, a medicine that was prescribed to 40 million people last year.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration won’t take any regulatory action over a vending machine at a Pennsylvania college that dispenses so-called “morning-after” birth control pills.
The Food & Drug Administration has posted a recall of ‘Priority Total Pet Care All Natural Bullstrips’ because of a possible Salmonella health risk.
Pennsylvania authorities say the probe now includes more than 150 clinics and hospitals in the state, which are working to notify patients under the watchful eye of health officials.
Before painting your face, or your child’s face, make sure to use paint designed to be worn on the skin which contains color additives that by law have to be approved by the FDA.
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