Donald Trump’s pick for HHS secretary has a history of trading stock in companies while pursuing legislation that would help those companies.
A Denver law firm is taking the DEA to court to officially request that the agency rescind its definition of CBD oil as a controlled substance.
In a week’s time, a species of bumblebee was declared endangered, and the EPA failed to take action to protect pollinators from toxic pesticides.
Bayer and Monsanto executives met with Donald Trump on January, 11 2017 to discuss the biotech companies’ $66 billion merger.
Police officers are generally less supportive of marijuana legalization, but a new Pew poll shows a small majority think pot laws should be relaxed.
Retailers in Italy are boycotting Nutella because it’s made with palm oil, which regulators say can cause cancer when heated to a certain temperature.
On January 1, the FDA took an important step in fighting antimicrobial resistance when it banned the use of antibiotics to help livestock gain weight.
A federal lawsuit accuses the maker of the Prevagen memory supplement of making false and unsubstantiated claims about the efficacy of the pills.
A recently-filed lawsuit alleges that Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association misleads buyers about the health risks of consuming sugary drinks.
Need weed and want to show your support for marijuana legalization? You could be one of 420 people lucky enough to get a free joint on Inauguration Day.
Lawmakers in Massachusetts signed a bill delaying the opening or marijuana shops by 6 months, saying they need the extra time to improve the new law.
A California man is fighting a DUI charge after tests showed the only substance he had in his system was caffeine.
The FDA released a 30-page guidance aimed at addressing cyber vulnerabilities in medical devices, which is supposed to help fix security problems in equipment.
Medicare is penalizing 769 hospitals for having high rates of avoidable patient injuries and antibiotic-resistant infections.
The FDA released draft guidelines on December 21 aimed at regulating lead levels in lipstick, eye shadow, and other cosmetic products.
Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program is expected to be up and running by mid-2018, and the state will get up to 27 dispensaries.
The FDA has only banned 2 medical devices in the agency’s history – prosthetic hair fibers back in 1983, and now powdered medical gloves.