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 long-awaited regulation is the first change to fluoride recommendations in 53 years.
Michelle Obama's prized healthy lunch requirements are facing new delays.
The acting head of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Monday that the agency is moving “...
Margaret Hamburg is leaving behind a huge regulatory fight.
The agency essentially assumes an average American cannot distinguish between soda and juice.
Rule would allow generic drugs manufacturers to change labels without FDA approval.
Groups challenging the law say they remain confident in their Supreme Court challenge.
Contaminated medical devices led to a superbug outbreak that killed 11 patients in Seattle.
Of the 1.2 million people with HIV in the U.S., 168,000 are unaware.
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.
The senators are urging the FDA to act quickly on guidance about the risk of mercury.
The Democratic senator wants Republican support on her Healthy Families Act.
From a broader historical perspective, its progress has been surprisingly fast and smooth.
Consumer safety groups want federal regulators to ban products made with the flame retardant...
There's good news for coffee drinkers and vegans in the panel's recommendations.
Critics warn the apples could end up mixed with non-genetically engineered fruit.
Legislation was introduced Thursday in the House and Senate.
Sen. Thom Tillis says "the market will take care of that," citing government overreach.
Employers want the commission to define a "voluntary" wellness program.