After working on an expired registration for years, and then refusing an FDA agent entry for an inspection, Lonnie Redd and her company, Years To Your Health, get a formal warning letter.
Why are stores and distributors ignoring a recall of potentially deadly nut butters?
Arkansas’s STOP program gives 10 school playgrounds shade trees to fight skin cancer.
Delaware Animal Services rescues 31 dogs, finds 43 more dead in Seaford home.
Brucella bacteria is found in raw milk from K-B dairy, possibly exposing 800.
Health experts renew reminders for hunters of wild game.
After a young woman contracts swine flu from a pig at a county fair, health experts react.
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.
Playtex recalls 5.6 million children’s plates and bowls after reports of kids choking on detached plastic.
A new study looks at the healing herbs of Ethiopia.
New research supports the idea that survivors of the 9/11 terror attacks will suffer heart and lung problems for years.