July 30, 2008
The city of Los Angeles, CA, on July 29 approved its third landmark public-health rule in one week, adding a ban on new fast-food restaurants in poor neighborhoods to restrictions on plastic bags and trans fats.
The fast-food restaurant ban, pa...
FDA faulted over unapproved uses of medications
July 29, 2008
US rushes to change workplace toxin rules
July 23, 2008
Unions, groups coalesce for universal coverage
July 14, 2008
NJ hospitals face crisis
July 07, 2008
FDA issues health warning over mercury fillings
June 29, 2008
US mayors back single-payer national health ins...
June 24, 2008
US ranks dead last among 19 nations in preventi...
June 13, 2008
GlaxoSmithKline faces US scrutiny over Paxil su...
June 12, 2008
California sues Whole Foods, Avalon, and others...
June 10, 2008
Call for ban on food dyes linked to behavioral ...
June 04, 2008
Consumer groups angered by FDA and USDA inactio...
June 02, 2008
Lifelong illnesses feared for children in Katri...
May 28, 2008
Talcum powder can provoke deadly ovarian cancer
May 15, 2008
Study reveals Teflon danger to immune system, l...
May 13, 2008
Drug company 'downplayed' warning on heart atta...
May 11, 2008
Food crisis set to get worse - experts
April 21, 2008
Drug firm accused of death rate data failures
April 16, 2008
Canada labels 'Bisphenol A' as officially dange...
April 16, 2008
Organic infant formula ingredients processed wi...
April 15, 2008
Mobile phones 'more dangerous than smoking'
March 30, 2008
US: One in three skip medical care because of cost
March 25, 2008
4,000 nurses walk out in Bay Area for better pa...
March 24, 2008
Millions drinking drug-tainted water in US
March 10, 2008
Drug giants warned: Tell the truth on medicines
February 27, 2008
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