Maryland Medical Company Claims To Have Cure For HIV, AIDSA Maryland medical company has submitted an application to the U.S Food and Drug Administration for a gene therapy it says will eliminate HIV.
U.S. Agencies Go After Companies That Paid Social Media Influencers To Promote Vape ProductsFederal agencies are going after companies that paid social media "influencers" to promote vaping products, the US Food and Drug Administration announced Friday.
Caucus Pushes To Raise The Age For Buying Tobacco To 21The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland is concerned about the toll smoking has taken on the African-American community and is leading an effort to impose restrictions on access to tobacco.
Marijuana-Based Drug Gets Positive Review From US AgencyU.S. health officials say a closely watched medicine made from the marijuana plant significantly reduces seizures in children.
FDA Asks Drugmaker To Stop Selling Regularly Abused Opioid PainkillerU.S. regulators want a narcotic painkiller involved in the opioid epidemic off the market amid data showing people continue to abuse it.
Giant Food Recalls Frito Lays ProductsGiant Food has voluntary recalled some Frito Lays products because they may contain peanut residue.
New Nutrition Facts Label Finalized By Food and Drug AdministrationThe Food and Drug Administration has finalized the new Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods sold in the U.S.
FDA To Ban E-Cigarettes Sales To Teens Under 18For the first time, the federal government issues rules and guidelines for e-cigarettes.
5 Things About Trans Fats And The FDA's Proposed Phase OutThere are a lot fewer trans fats in the nation's food than there were a decade ago, but the Obama administration is moving toward getting rid of them almost entirely.
New FDA Rules Will Put Calorie Labels On Nearly EverythingLike it or not, calorie counts are coming to restaurant menus, convenience store sandwiches and more as the Food and Drug Administration announced new calorie labeling rules on Tuesday.
FDA OKs Army's Diagnostic Tool For Skin DiseaseArmy scientists at Fort Detrick are hailing the Food and Drug Administration's approval of a tool they helped develop for rapidly diagnosing a disfiguring skin disease caused by sand fly bites in the Middle East.