The company behind HERB-OX® issues a recall for bouillon powder.
Colla corii asini, or donkey-hide gelatin, could be a powerful weapon against Salmonella, says a new study.
New research potentially forces people to choose between better sleep and safer sleep.
Wellness Resources has been formally warned for
“misbranded” drugs and ordered to remove certain medical claims.
Michigan health officials issue hepatitis A advisory for recent customers of Papa Romano’s in Southfield.
Comforts FOR BABY Purified Water with Fluoride is recalled. Kroger confirms that mold was found.
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.
If you frolicked with puppies at Ramunto’s Brick and Brew Pizzeria in Hanover, New Hampshire, earlier this month you’re urged to consult your doctor.
Health officials once again caution holiday bakers not to nibble on raw cookie dough, cake batters and other foods containing uncooked flour.
A recall of Fit & Active Chocolatey Chip Protein Meal Bars, sold at ALDI stores, is ignored on ALDI’s website or Facebook page.