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At $1,500 for a three-day dosage, the drug might not be worth the cost, if it is ever approved by federal regulators.
Stop drinking ‘Miracle Mineral Solution,’ or MMS, the FDA warns. The concoction promoted to cure autism and cancer is really just bleach.
Online conspiracy theorists continue to sell the concoction, which can lead to severe vomiting, diarrhea, low blood pressure, and acute liver failure.
The FDA demanded 44 vape pod types be removed from store shelves after finding they were illegally sold. Vaping has been recently linked to lung infec...
New data suggests the e-liquids used in vapes aren't as harmless as manufacturers may make them out to be.
The startup behind Silicon Valley’s favorite ‘bleeding’ veggie burger has scored a major victory in its battle for legitimacy
The FDA cleared the way for Impossible Foods to sell its signature "bleeding" veggie burger in grocery stores.
The most valuable marijuana company in the US plummets after the FDA warns some of its products were never properly approved
The federal agency ruled that four of Curaleaf's CBD products are "new drugs" that must be approved by the FDA before hitting markets.
A 21-year-old man died after drinking a highly-caffeinated protein shake. Similarly powerful caffeine supplements are found in workout and weight-loss...
Research has shown least 40 people have died from caffeine pills or powders in the last 50 years.
Kratom is an herbal supplement with a cult following, but new research connects its use with vomiting, confusion, and even seizures
The supplement may have some benefits, but there's not enough research or regulation for experts to endorse its use, or even call it safe.
A 21-year-old died after drinking a protein shake with a caffeine supplement so powerful it knocked him unconscious
Caffeine in coffee or tea can be safe in moderation, but highly-concentrated, cheap supplements found online can cause a fatal caffeine overdose.
At the FDA, Gottlieb won rare bipartisan praise as the regulator approved a steady stream of new drugs and cracked down on e-cigarettes.
JoJo Siwa told her audience that she and her team are working to get the product off the shelves and that those who purchased it can receive a refund.