An instant coffee touted for "male enhancement" is recalled for a drug ingredient and a dairy allergen.
Officials with Health Canada say they have raided Shop Santé Laval in Quebec and seized its inventory of the "supplement" known as Fluffy Unicorn. The product, which is typically hawked as a workout aid, is deemed an unauthorized product under Canadian law. And it's dangerous, say health officials. Not only does it contain the stimulant… Continue reading Fluffy Unicorn Found In Quebec’s Shop Santé Laval
We all grew up fearing Rocky Mountain spotted fever and, if you're a Gen-Xer or younger, Lyme disease. But those are only 2 of the 16 known tick-borne diseases that you're at risk for this year. And some of the infections may well be ones you've never even heard of before. In Arkansas, health officials… Continue reading Lyme Disease Is Not The Only Tick-Borne Show In Town
Health officials in Louisiana recently confirmed that the so-called brain-eating amoeba, Naegleria fowleri, had been found in the municipal water systems of North Monroe and Schriever. The water is perfectly safe to drink, say experts, but people should avoid getting water in their noses. The Louisiana Department of Health, which routinely tests for the parasite,… Continue reading “Brain Eating” Amoeba Found In 2 Louisiana Water Systems
Florida makes public its list of license-suspended massage therapists and massage businesses.
Nature's Vision removes some marketing spiel after an FDA visit and an official warning letter.
Soapwalla has been officially warned for making medical claims the FDA say go too far for bath soaps, skin balms and facial serums.