Millions of men are being treated for low testosterone. Prescriptions have doubled in the last four years with sales now reaching $1.6 billion. But now there are disturbing new allegations about a hidden danger.
The Food and Drug Administration is taking the first step toward regulating electronic cigarettes.
Pittsburgh City Council members are leading the charge to change an FDA policy they call “outdated” and downright, discrimination.
A state lawmaker is pushing for FDA approval of a meningitis vaccine, after a local college student died of Meningitis B.
To train your body to handle what makes you allergic, there have been allergy shots. But now there are allergy tablets.
A local man is fighting for change after he was told he couldn’t donate his late partner’s tissue, as he wanted.
A new pain killer has gotten FDA approval. It’s called Zohydro. It’s the narcotic hydrocodone that is designed to be released over 12 hours. But some disapprove.
Dole is recalling bagged salad in 15 states, including Pennsylvania.
The regularly scheduled pap smear — for many women, it’s a routine part of getting a checkup.
Could a headband be a fix for migraines?
Growing old is natural, but with the help of a new drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration, many are slowing down the process, or at least the appearance of it.
Machines that you strap on at night, appliances you wear in your mouth, even surgeries to remove throat tissue — all measures people have resorted to because of sleep apnea.
The FDA is considering a new treatment for allergies that comes in the form of a tablet.
Justin Rushin’s blood pressure was way higher than the normal 120 over 80, despite increasing amounts of medicine.
The Food and Drug Administration says there is no evidence that antibacterial chemicals used in liquid soaps and washes help prevent the spread of germs, and there is some evidence they may pose health risks.