Under intense pressure, the Food and Drug Administration opened its doors this week to hear directly from patients, providers and advocates on what many call an unmet medical need for women: sexual dysfunction. Hundreds from across the country urged the FDA to even the score.
To support its work with the Food and Drug Administration\’s IT solutions, Information Innovators Inc, also known as Triple-i, have acquired Global Net Services, Inc.
It\’s beginning to feel a lot like summer, and for a lot of people that means working on their tans. But if you\’re 18 or under, the FDA has new warnings about their effects.
It sounds like something out of a sci-fi novel. But it just might be the future of trauma medicine.
Many parents have heard the warnings about overloading kids with
sugar, but there may be something in food that\’s even worse.
It\’s not a surprise to local doctors that codeine now has the FDA\’s black box warning, cautioning doctors against writing prescriptions for the opiate painkiller.
Parents are leading petition drives to get the Food and Drug Administration to put promising, but still experimental, drugs on the fast track while their children are suffering from terrible diseases.
Men have Viagra, but what do women have? Two women talk about a clinical trial at George Washington University for
Sprout Pharmaceutical\’s little pink pill, called Flibanserin.
Data show that acetaminophen is linked to more deaths than any other over-the-counter pain reliever. During the last decade, more than 1,500 Americans died after accidentally taking too acetaminophen, one of the nation\’s most popular pain relievers. ProPublica takes an in-depth look at the dangers and what the Food and Drug Administration has long known about the risks.
It sounds like a Third World problem: Hospitals are rationing, bartering and hoarding critical nutrients that premature infants need to survive. But it\’s a problem that\’s happening in the Washington area and in other major cities across the country.
With the sun beating down in this extreme heat, it\’s important for you — and your kids — to wear sunscreen. But what sunscreen is effective and safe for both you and the environment?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning that you could catch fire by wearing certain sunscreens and standing too close to flames.
Got a problem with a medical device, drug, or vaccine? Now,
there\’s an app for that.
Under new FDA guidelines, consumers will know from the sunscreen label whether the product is broad spectrum and protects against skin cancer or whether it will just help prevent a sunburn.
The dairy industry wants to start using
artificial sweeteners in flavored milks, like
chocolate or strawberry milk, without labeling it
\”reduced-\” or \”low-calorie.\”