Center for Food Safety and others plan to sue the FDA over its recent approval of AquaBounty’s AquaAdvantage® salmon for human consumption.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said recently that it would not require labeling of genetically modified plants that have been approved for sale.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Connecticut, joins consumer groups in voicing concern over the newly approved genetically modified salmon.
The FDA recently finalized rules designed to prevent outbreaks of foodborne illness caused by contaminated produce that sicken millions of Americans.
The FDA opened a 90-day comment period for the public to share its thoughts concerning how the word “natural” should be defined on food labels.
Reducing the amount of sugar that children consume for as little as 9 days is all it takes for youngsters’ health to start improving, a new study says.
President Obama nominated Dr. Robert Califf as the new head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but Big Pharma ties has many people worrying.
Are you sick of unlabeled GMOs in our food? Let the FDA know. You can file a formal complaint. Let’s send them so many their servers bust!
A BMJ report says the new federal nutrition guidelines recommended by a health expert lack the most recent dietary research and reinforce bad advice.
Federal health experts are taking another look at Essure, a permanent birth control device for woman that is associated with numerous serious side effects.
The FDA is making the most dramatic changes to its food safety regulations in more than a century in an effort to stave off outbreaks of food poisoning.
The FDA recently sent a warning letter to 5 powdered caffeine manufacturers due to the likely possibility that people could overdose with a single teaspoon.
Primatologist Jane Goddall is confronting the National Press with her insights into genetically modified food and its negative effects on animal health.
On Thursday, the FDA approved the powerful painkiller OxyContin for use in children ages 11 to 16 who have severe, long-term pain.
The FDA recently banned trans fats, but food companies are asking the FDA for permission to add less than a gram of fat to certain foods. Is it safe?
The best way to avoid trans fats is to know where they are lurking. Here is a breakdown of the favorite hiding places of partially hydrogenated oils.
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.