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Officials believe vitamin E oil is playing a pivotal role in the outbreak of vaping-related lung illnesses, after 39 deaths
Investigators said vitamin E acetate, an ingredient found in canola, soy, and corn oil, appears to be playing a pivotal role in the spate of vaping-related lung illnesses during a call with reporters on Friday.
Regulators just slammed Juul for portraying its e-cigs as ‘totally safe’ and marketing them to kids at schools
The $38 billion company is facing increasing scrutiny over its role in sparking a teen vaping epidemic.
According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, Amazon was selling thousands of items declared unsafe by federal agencies.
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.
FDA warns of possible link between dog food and heart disease, and identifies 16 food brands that are part of its investigation
The FDA's investigation involves 560 cases of dogs diagnosed with heart disease. Of those, most ate grain-free foods that contained peas or lentils.
The FDA has previously said that CBD-containing foods are illegal because the ingredient is also an approved drug. A new statement hinted at a change.
Unlike the depression drugs available for decades, neither of the two new drugs is a pill. One is a nasal spray; the latest is an injection made by Sage.
The anti-vaping proposals come a week after FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced his plans to step down.
Regulators just approved the first new depression drug since the 1980s, and some see blockbuster potential
A drug inspired by ketamine just became the first new type of depression drug in 35 years. The FDA approved the nasal spray made by Johnson & Johnson.
Vaping might be better for you than smoking, but e-cigarettes like Juul come with risks of their own
E-cigs contain nicotine, an addictive drug that appears to blunt emotional control as well as decision-making skills in kids and teens.