I-Team: FDA Issues 'Black Box' Warning On Birth Control Implant EssureThe device will now come with a Black Box warning, which is the most severe designation before a drug or medical device is removed from the market.
Kingston Mother Leads Group Asking FDA To Approve Muscular Dystrophy DrugA Kingston mother is in Washington D.C. this week, where she is leading a group of a couple hundred people to ask the FDA to allow them access to a drug they say will save their children's lives.
Senator Wants Review Of Caffeinated Peanut Butter Sold In Mass.Sen. Schumer says it could pose a health threat, especially to children.
FDA Halts Sales Of 4 R.J. Reynolds Cigarette BrandsTuesday's action means it is illegal for retailers to sell or distribute the four cigarette brands.
Hemp-Infused Dog Biscuits May Help Pets In PainWe hear a lot about medicinal marijuana and its ability to relieve pain in people. Now, some pet owners are saying something similar might be able to help their dogs and cats.
I-Team: Packaged Bones Put Dogs At RiskTwo local families say a packaged bone they bought at a large discount store, nearly killed their beloved pets.
FBI Investigating Johnson & Johnson Hysterectomy DeviceA company that manufactured the device is now being investigated by the Feds.
New Treatment Developed In Mass. Promises To Eliminate CelluliteA new procedure to treat cellulite, developed right here in Massachusetts, is promising something pretty unbelievable.
Sabra Hummus Products Recalled Amid Listeria ConcernsStop & Shop is pulling some cases of a popular brand of hummus off the shelves after it was recalled for potential listeria contamination.
Petco Pulls Chinese Treats Amid Fears They Sickened PetsPetco said Monday it has removed all remaining Chinese-made dog and cat treats from its website and stores nationwide because of concerns they have sickened thousands of pets and killed 1,000 dogs in the U.S. since 2007.
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Cambridge Company Ready To Deploy New Ebola DrugAs the Ebola crisis continues to worsen in West Africa, a Cambridge Biotech company is developing ways to help in the fight.