FDA Approves At-Home Rapid Coronavirus Test For Emergency UseU.S. regulators are now allowing emergency use of the first rapid coronavirus test that can be performed entirely at home.
Fresh Cut Fruit Sold At Texas Walmart & RaceTrac Locations Recalled For Possible Listeria ContaminationSome containers of Country Fresh fruit sold at retailers in Texas and eight other states is being voluntarily recalled due to a risk of listeria contamination.
FDA Commissioner Promises Science, Not Politics, Will Determine Approval Of Coronavirus Vaccine“We have urgency but we are not going to cut any corners in respect to our review of it," said FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn.
FDA: Company Recalling Dog Food Because Of Concerns Over Salmonella ContaminationPossible salmonella contamination has lead to the voluntary recall of one brand of dog food.
FDA Warns Consumers Of Another Possible Toxin In Hand SanitizersThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning of another potentially dangerous substance in some hand sanitizers.
Another Recall Of Potentially Toxic Hand Sanitizers Sold NationwideThe Food and Drug Administration's list of potentially toxic hand sanitizers continues to grow, with the agency announcing the recall of four more products sold nationwide at retailers including Walmart and Target.
Coronavirus Antibody Tests Surrounded By Doubt, Worry Over AccuracyCoronavirus antibody tests have hit the market, but, although there are hundreds of tests out there, only a few after authorized by the FDA.
Texas Lab Now Able To Test Thousands Of Blood Samples For Coronavirus AntibodiesA medical diagnostic lab in Texas is now capable of testing thousands of blood samples for coronavirus antibodies.
FDA Approves First At-Home Coronavirus TestSaying it initially will only be available to health care workers and first responders, the Food and Drug Administration has approved the first authorized at-home coronavirus test.
Coronavirus: Pro Cannabis Organization Says Dispensaries Are Essential, Pushes For Curbside PickupOne of the nation's largest medical cannabis patient advocacy organizations is calling on the government to consider cannabis businesses and dispensaries “essential."
Health Officials Say Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak Is OverAfter nearly three months, federal health officials have declared that it's safe to eat romaine lettuce again.