Food and Drug Administration

  1. a federal agency in the Department of Health and Human Services established to regulate the release of new foods and health-related products
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  • No drug is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in mesotherapy.
  • The vaccine has been licensed by the US Food and Drug Administration.
  • Last week, the US Food and Drug Administration said it will re-evaluate the safety of triclosan, which is added to plastics, soaps and toothpastes to kill bacteria and fungi. New Scientist - Online News
  • But before you stock up, consider this: The Food and Drug Administration in 2009 warned consumers not to use any intranasal zinc products because of concerns that it can make people lose their sense of smell. No cure in sight for fighting the common cold
  • The Food and Drug Administration said all lots of the supplement had been recalled because it contained the weight loss drug, sibutramine (Meridia), and phenolphthalein, a chemical that may cause cancer. FDA recalls Pai You Guo weight loss supplement
  • The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 "reflects a sensible choice to leave complex epidemiological judgments about vaccine design to the FDA and the National Vaccine Program rather than juries," Justice Antonin Scalia wrote, referring to the Food and Drug Administration. Supreme Court rules vaccine makers protected from lawsuits
  • Traders had thought the Food and Drug Administration, which is testing imports for a fungicide not approved for use on oranges domestically, might prohibit shipments. FDA Says No Ban on Orange-Juice Imports
  • On Sept. 5, the State Food and Drug Administration banned the use of Hualian's injectable methotrexate, in addition to another drug made by Hualian called cytarabine hydrochloride, across the country. China Drugs: A Cautionary Tale
  • The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first drug test available without a prescription.
  • WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration said it is reviewing additional information submitted by Amgen Inc. and Johnson & Johnson involving risks associated with the antianemia drugs Aranesp, Epogen and Procrit and "may take" additional regulatory action. FDA Reviews New Amgen, J&J Data
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