A decades-old loophole is allowing food companies to deem various food additives safe even though they may not be. And the FDA is allowing it.
A regulatory loophole allows food manufacturers to add potentially dangerous ingredients to products without the FDA ever reviewing the additives’ safety.
Rejected twice since 2010, a woman’s sexual enhancement drug deemed ‘female Viagra’ may soon be approved by the FDA despite serious side effects.
The US Food and Drug Administration is taking a look at the alternative medical treatment homeopathy. Without your comments, it may soon be unavailable.
Did you know that various food ingredients and foods found in the United States are actually banned in other countries? Here are 6 of those foods.
Why is the Food and Drug Administration allowing a staggering amount of additives to adulterate our food? Many of these additives cause health issues.
Margaret Hamburg recently forfeited her title as commissioner for the FDA after 6 years of serving – one of the longest runs in recent decades.
The FDA recently approved GMO apple varieties, suggesting a possible label. But since a label is not likely – here are 3 ways to tell if your apple is GMO.
The FDA has approved genetically modified varieties of apples and potatoes with likely no labeling, saying that the foods are perfectly safe.
While Monsanto touts integrity, respect, and honesty, the company actually has a legacy of contamination and cover-up that dates back more than a century.
The FDA wants you to implant a small ‘anti-obesity’ device deep within your body that shuts down your nerve connection to your stomach. Good idea?
Eating pork? Chances are that you are consuming ractopamine, a livestock growth-altering drug so dangerous that 160 countries have banned its use.
Food companies are still trying to hide health-damaging ingredients with different names, as is the case with General Mills and high fructose corn syrup.
New research from Harvard scientists reveals concerning information about antibiotics, confirming that the age of antibiotics is coming to an end.
New FDA guidelines will prevent anyone from making health claims about natural foods – that is unless they start by submitting a $2.4 million application.
Makers of popular mayonnaise, Hellmann’s filed a lawsuit against a new vegan mayonnaise-making company, claiming false advertising and unfair competition.
The World’s Largest GMO and Pesticide Safety study was finally launched by Factor GMO in London, UK on Tuesday, though it should have been done decades ago.