Essaar voluntarily withdrawals rubbing alcohol for containing methanol.
FDA recalls heart device again after patients die.
FDA Bans Lead as a Hair Dye Ingredient After Petitioning
E-Cig Makers have Sixty Days to Keep Products from Children
Makers of e-Cigs, Liquid Vapes Potentially Targeting Children Pull Products
Some popular Type 2 diabetes drugs could have a deadly side-effect, warns the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). They have been linked with Fournier’s gangrene, a flesh-eating bacterial infection of the genital area. Twelve patients are known to have developed the condition, and there may be even more, the agency noted. All were hospitalized and
A recent report released by the FDA indicates over a dozen hospitals nationwide, including three in Massachusetts alone, have been cited for failing to report patient injuries and deaths due to faulty medical devices. The FDA inspected 17 hospitals over a two-year period as part of an improved attempt to ensure problems such as these
Remember that time when Stewart Parnell, who ran the Peanut Corporation of America, knew about the salmonella bacteria contaminating his filthy factory’s peanut butter and covered it up, telling his workers to “just ship it” anyway? The infected peanut butter, prosecutors alleged, killed nine people and sickened thousands. As a result, Parnell is now in
On September 2, 2016, the Food and Drug Administration, FDA, enacted a final rule banning the sale of some antibacterial soaps. The ban includes liquid and bar soaps containing, among other active chemicals, the most commonly used triclosan and triclocarban. The manufacturers could not prove that the antibacterial soaps were any more effective than regular