Alzheimer's Rx Controversy Continues
As controversy surrounding a newly approved Alzheimer's treatment continues, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is defending its decision to approve the drug.
FDA Warns Firm for Selling Unauthorized Nicotine Products
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to crack down on companies selling electronic cigarette products that haven't been unauthorized.
Statins and Pregnancy: FDA Changes Message
For a long time, doctors have been advised not to prescribe statins to any pregnant patient. Soon, that advice might change.
FDA Approves Biosimilar for Common Insulin
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first interchangeable biosimilar insulin product.
New Mask Guidance for Vaccinated People
Fully vaccinated against COVID-19? You may still need to wear a mask in some settings.
More Fish, Fewer Migraines
Those who have frequent migraines will do just about anything to get some relief. Have you tried eating more fish?
Cancer Info on Social Media May Be False
Reading about cancer treatment on social media? You might not be getting accurate information.
Salmonella in Your Salad?
Health officials are investigating a Salmonella outbreak that appears to be linked to salad greens.
How to Swim Safely This Summer
Don't let injuries and illnesses ruin the fun of swimming this summer.
COVID-19 Variants: What You Need to Know
As viruses replicate, they start to change. That's exactly what has happened with COVID-19, which has led to several variants of the original virus.