Osteopath Kent Walker is expected to face disciplinary action for “unprofessional conduct” issues he faced in another state.
Young Health Products is warned for claims its products can treat diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s, COPD, autism and much more.
Long believed safe for even the most fragile, Ginkgo biloba has been blamed for a Korean woman’s mood disorders.
Miracle Mineral Solution is back in the news. And it’s now part of a church ritual, apparently.
TruVision has been officially warned by FDA for claims about truWeight & Energy Gen 2, Ubiquinol, Omega 3, reNU, truElevate and Pycnogenol.
BrainAlert is FDA-warned and told it cannot use scientific studies to hawk its supplement.
After multiple inspections Maine Natural Health is officially warned for lax quality control, false claims and “adulterated” products.
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.
HelloLife’s Diamaxol doesn’t live up to its label’s promise, alleges FDA.
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.