The latest on the Food and Drug Administration (or FDA). Founded in 1906, the federal agency operates under the Department of Health and Human Services. Headquartered in White Oak, Maryland, the agency is responsible for the public health in regards to food and drug safety.
'Between a Woman and Her Doctor?' Not With Mail-Order Abortion Pills
This issue isn't pro-life versus pro-choice. It's about the health and safety of women and girls in America and the credibility of the FDA.
OTC birth control pill sparks surprising debate
The medical community is divided over the possible approval of an over-the-counter birth control pill, which also faces added political pressure.
Historic birth control decision hinges on 2 questions
The FDA is considering making an oral contraceptive available without a prescription.
Courts Tell FDA To Follow the Law on Chemical Abortion Drugs
The FDA violated its own rules and governing statute when it approved mifepristone.
Courts Can Correct the FDA's Mifepristone Malpractice
The evidence that abortion pills are dangerous is overwhelming—and by approving them, the FDA chose a radical political agenda over women's health.
FDA Finally Held Accountable for Illegal Approval of Abortion Drugs
Congress entrusted and empowered the FDA to ensure that the drugs on American pharmacy shelves are safe.
Texas judge's mifepristone ruling questioned by doctors
A judge has ordered a halt to federal approval of a drug used in medical abortions. Doctors have questioned the concerns, noting mifepristone's safety record.
Trump-, Obama-appointed judges issue dueling decisions on abortion pill ban
Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk ordered the FDA to invalidate its decades-long approval of mifepristone, while Judge Thomas Rice issued a contradictory ruling.
California prepares ultimatum for food brands
A California bill would require food brands to eliminate certain ingredients from their products, despite the ingredients being FDA-approved.
Is abortion pill mifepristone safer than Viagra? What we know
Trump-appointed Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk could soon block sales of the abortion pill based on alleged safety concerns. The FDA says the drug is safe.
Trump Judge ruling on abortion pills has close connection to teen pregnancy
Texas District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, who has a history of anti-abortion activism, if set to rule on fate of abortion pill access for millions of women.
Why Texas is able to ban abortion pills for entire U.S.
The FDA has called the lawsuit to ban the sale of a popular abortion drug "extraordinary and unprecedented."
Candace Owens has new theory for what's causing egg shortage
Owens and Fox News' Tucker Carlson are putting the blame on companies, while one farm organization has a completely different viewpoint.
Should you wash chicken? Peloton instructor Cody Rigsby sparks fiery debate
His comment sparked a flood of confused questions, with some asking whether he expected the poultry to have been washed with soap.
Take Dangerous Abortion Drugs Off The Market
The Biden administration's lethal innovation allows abortion pills to be sent by mail without any in-person exam.
FDA allows pharmacies to dispense abortion pills—What happens next?
The FDA rule change has the potential to massively expand access to abortion pills, but state legislation could hinder the impact of the decision.
FDA's Failure to Inspect Overseas Drugmakers Puts U.S. Lives at Risk
The FDA's lopsided inspection process isn't helping America's pharmaceutical industry keep pace with overseas competitors.
When will the Adderall shortage be over?
The shortage was initially announced by the FDA in mid-October.
Ground beef E. coli fears in Texas after contaminated meat discovered
The product wasn't recalled as it was last on sale on December 1, but some could still have it in their fridge.
"I find myself asking…is it worth it?": TikTok's weight loss "miracle"
TikTok users cannot get enough of Ozempic and its sister drug, Wegovy, but does it come at a cost?
Lawsuit Shows FDA Rushed to Authorize Chemical Abortion Drugs
The story of abortion in America is not one of women's rights or better health care—but one of negligence at every level.
Is your hair giving you cancer?
Chemicals found in hair products can have significant impacts on human health. But some people are more at risk than others.
When Will the RSV Vaccine be Available? Pfizer Jab Shows 'Positive' Results
Pfizer said that it plans to submit an application for approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by the end of the year.
Caffeine searches spike after FDA announces nationwide Adderall shortage
The FDA said that one manufacturer of amphetamine mixed salts, Teva, "is experiencing ongoing intermittent manufacturing delays."
Kardashians Championed These Six Causes Since Show Began 15 Years Ago
Given Kris and her daughters' combined reach on Instagram is almost 1.5 billion followers, their influence can't be underestimated.
On Drug Prices, Big Pharma is in Charge—Not Joe Biden
On a policy that would immediately lower drug prices for millions of Americans, President Biden is losing—and badly.
Where Does Ebola Come From, What Does It Look Like and Is There a Cure?
There have been 36 suspected cases of Ebola in Uganda and Sudan virus is the cause, the World Health Organization has said.
FDA Issues Warning About 'Dangerous' Trend to Cook Chicken in NyQuil
Doctors and TikTok users have previously cautioned people against cooking their chicken in cold medicine.
Ignoring The Health Risks of Abortion Pills is Not Caring for Women
Activists have made repeated calls for expanded access to abortion pills by mail now that the U.S. Supreme Court has reversed Roe v. Wade.
Monkeypox 'Mutation' Could Make Disease Resistant to Treatment: CDC Doctor
"We don't want to discourage people to use TPOXX, when it's indicated, but we do want to think about when it's indicated," Dr. Sapna Bamrah Morris said.