Some regulations may actually induce more health loss than health gains.
Democrats are warning against cutting food stamp programs.
”E-cigarettes is not really smoking,” Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) said.
The Obama administration is taking steps to better protect the tens of thousands of unaccompanied...
Republicans blocked a move to reverse a ban on funds for CDC to research gun violence.
The provision would give restaurants, grocery stores and retail establishments more time.
For GOP, a favorable decision might be the classic "win the battle, lose the war" scenario.
The rule is intended to prevent the growth of drug-resistant super bugs.
The ObamaCare requirement will force calorie counts at restaurants and grocery stores.
The administration is considering new dietary recommendations.
“American consumers rely on our food safety system," Rep. Rosa DeLauro said.
The FDA is “dragging its feet” on new e-cigarette regulations, they say.
The measure is named after former New Orleans Saints football player Steve Gleason.
Restaurants will have an additional year to post calorie counts.
A new report finds heroin use growing across all income levels in the U.S.
Senate Democrats assailed the advocacy as "craven and unconscionable."
Approximately 2.4 million students reported using e-cigarettes in 2014.
Food manufacturers will have three years to phase out partially hydrogenated oil.
“We’re not going to stop people from eating what they want to."
The FDA is under intense pressure to crack down on the products.
There is no reason why television doctors should be excluded from disclosure requirements.
The nutrition label's failure to improve dietary choices has led to more intrusive measures.
Hand washes and scrubs used in hospitals often contain alcohol and iodine.
A new bipartisan bill aims to scale back requirements for disclosing calories on menus.