A sugar substitute known as xylitol that is often used as a sweetener in gum is dangerous for dogs.
The agency said Kind snacks can once again use the word.
One American and three Canadians died as a result of the outbreak.
The FDA announced a $35 million campaign aimed at preventing LGBT youth from smoking.
Swallowing one teaspoon of pure caffeine is as powerful as drinking 28 cups of coffee.
“Kids should not use any type of tobacco product, including e-cigarettes,” CDC Director Tom Frieden...
The committee approved bills to fund the Agriculture and Energy departments and the Army Corps of...
The move comes as the Obama administration cracks down on many tobacco products.
Many think the eight justices would split 4-4 on a home healthcare workers case.
They're asking for funding for diabetes research, prevention and treatment.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) is challenging the deep pockets of the National Football League (...
The company said certain products may contain pieces of glass.
We must reduce the cost of developing drugs, not implement price controls.
More than 300 frozen vegetable and fruit products may be contaminated with listeria.
The administration released a long-awaited final version of a sweeping new rule.
Dole Food Company is coming under fire over accusations it covered up contaminated salads.
The FDA says one teaspoon of caffeine is equivalent to drinking 28 cups of coffee.
The devices are often used to help people break bad habits.
The campaign will target white, male teenagers in rural areas, who are twice as likely as to use...
One in 4 high school students used tobacco, with e-cigs being the popular product.
Thirty-one percent of electronic cigarette smokers back Clinton.
Rep. Frank Pallone said smokeless tobacco shouldn't be accepted as part of the game.
The ban would only apply to powdered surgeon’s gloves.
Health advocates are urging the governor to sign the measure into law.