New Option Could Help Prevent Kids From Getting Food AllergiesWhat if there was something you could do now to stop your kids from ever getting food allergies?
FDA Advisers Review Gene Therapy To Treat Form Of Blindness U.S. health advisers are reviewing a novel treatment for a rare form of inherited blindness, potentially setting the stage for the launch of a groundbreaking new genetic medicine.
U.S. Clears Breakthrough Gene Therapy For Childhood LeukemiaU.S. health officials have approved a breakthrough treatment that genetically engineers patients' own blood cells into an army of assassins to seek and destroy childhood leukemia.
FDA Mulling Petition To Add Cancer Warning Labels On AntacidsThe FDA is considering a petition calling for cancer warning labels on popular over-the-counter antacids that treat heartburn.
Packaging Problem Prompts Nationwide Birth Control Pill RecallThe Food and Drug Administration has announced a nationwide birth control pill recall.
Lab Tests Find Lead, Mercury, Arsenic, Cadmium In Popular Pet FoodsThere are plenty of regulations intended to keep food safe for people, but there are new concerns about pet foods.
Beauty Treatment Craze Now Available At Home Despite ConcernsMicroneedling uses tiny needles to improve skin. The procedure was only available at dermatologist offices or high-end spas. But now, companies are selling devices for use at home, despite concerns from the FDA.
Sinus 'Balloon' Promises Better Breathing, Fewer Sinus InfectionsFor many people, the symptoms of sinusitis are familiar.
New Synthetic Cartilage Being Used To Treat Common Foot ArthritisDoctors are starting to use a new procedure to treat a common form of arthritis in the foot.
Hostess Issues Recall For Twinkies Over Salmonella ConcernsCheck your pantry if you still have any Christmas treats leftover from the holidays.
FDA Approves 'Artificial Pancreas' To Manage DiabetesFederal regulators have approved a first-of-a-kind "artificial pancreas," a device that can help some diabetes patients manage their disease by constantly monitoring their blood sugar and delivering insulin as needed.
FDA-Banned Chemical In Antibacterial Soap Still Legal In ToothpasteThe FDA has banned a controversial chemical found in antibacterial soap, but it turns out that ingredient is still legal in toothpaste.

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