Long believed safe for even the most fragile, Ginkgo biloba has been blamed for a Korean woman’s mood disorders.
The FDA promises to crack down on homeopathic remedies. We are not impressed with its efforts.
Colla corii asini, or donkey-hide gelatin, could be a powerful weapon against Salmonella, says a new study.
Wellness Resources has been formally warned for
“misbranded” drugs and ordered to remove certain medical claims.
A regulatory agency in Germany is recommending a ban on aloe “sap” in botanical remedies and food.
We’re starting the month off with yet another recall of phony “male enhancement” schlock.
Health officials in Canada are revising the language they want doctors to use when talking about green tea extract.
After multiple consumer complaints and an FDA inspection, Pain Relief Naturally recalls remedies from 3 product lines.
HelloLife’s Diamaxol doesn’t live up to its label’s promise, alleges FDA.
Brucella bacteria is found in raw milk from K-B dairy, possibly exposing 800.
Pride & Joy Dairy has lost its raw milk license and accuses the media of “twisting” the farm’s response to allegations of contamination.
A weight loss supplement known as A1 Slim is recalled after 3 illegal drugs are found in it.