David Avella, the chairman of conservative organization GOPAC, said former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's stated dislike of the term "spying" is like the head of the Food & Drug Administration not liking the term "broccoli."
The FDA has given the green light for the next phase of clinical drug trials involving ecstasy as a possible treatment for PTSD.
The White House is planning nearly 3,500 new regulations, including controversial calorie labeling rules.
There's a new push to give terminally ill patients greater access to drugs that have not been approved by the FDA. Lawmakers in four states are backing legislation to grant this potentially life-saving option to patients.
For many years, beer breweries and farmers have used spent grains to help each other save money. After the grains are used in the brewing process the brewers pass them along to cattle farmers, who then use the grains as feed.
The FDA may have broken federal law when it spied on whistleblowers within its own agency, according to a report from Republican lawmakers.
Federal health regulators are debating a technique that would allow babies to be created from the DNA of three people.
The FDA announced Monday that regulators are now questioning the effectiveness of chemicals commonly used in anti-bacterial soaps.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering phasing out antibiotics in processed meat.
A new report from European regulators is raising questions about the effectiveness of the Plan B emergency contraceptive in overweight women. The FDA said in a statement that it is "reviewing the available and related scientific information on this issue."
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) has reintroduced a bill that would give the FDA control to approve supplements for the marketplace and remove them at their own discretion.
Many people are now questioning the source of a parasite that's responsible for the illnesses of hundreds of people in the U.S. across at least 16 states.