Yet another recall has hit the shelves of a store near you. This time, it’s something really surprising. It’s fresh fruit. The FDA has announced that peaches, nectarines, and plums sold in more than a dozen states could potentially be tainted with Listeria monocytogenes. Jac. Vandenberg, Inc. of Yonkers, New York has recalled 1,727 cartons of peaches, 1,207 … Continue reading RECALL: Peaches, Plums, And Nectarines Could Be Tainted With Listeria
An expert tasked with helping the Food and Drug Administration weigh potential new opioid drug approvals is openly calling out the agency for what he alleges are its continued missteps in handling the opioid crisis. In an interview with the Guardian Thursday, Raeford Brown claimed that the FDA has failed to learn from its past mistakes by … Continue reading Opioid Expert Accuses FDA of ‘Willful Blindness’ After It Approves Powerful New Painkiller
The labels of prescription opioid painkillers should advise doctors to consider simultaneously prescribing the opioid overdose antidote naloxone, two U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panels recommend. The 12-to-11 vote during a joint meeting of the committees was described by several members as a message to the federal government to make naloxone more widely available, easier … Continue reading FDA Advisory Panels: Asking Doctors to Prescribe Naloxone With Opioid Painkillers
They're certain antibiotics, known as fluoroquinolones. Popular brand names include Avelox, Cipro, and Levaquin. Now, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says these antibiotics "can increase the occurrence of rare but serious events of ruptures or tears in the main artery of the body," the aorta. The FDA says these ruptures "can lead to dangerous bleeding or … Continue reading FDA Says Certain Antibiotics Could Rupture Main Artery
Triclosan is a “super chemical” meant to fight the spread of germs, but with the emergence of drug-resistant superbugs, the question is whether it really fights the good fight or just creates bigger problems. The answer is pretty straightforward. Triclosan is a major player when it comes to the problem of antibiotic resistance, which is … Continue reading Triclosan: Is this Hazardous Toxin in Your Toothpaste, Beauty Products, Soap & Toys?
I truly believe this is all about POPULATION CONTROL designated by the elite! Don't accept a prescription for any opioid, but NEVER EVER accept a prescription for Dsuvia. It will be automatic suicide for you and homicide from your doctor. So, if you choose any opioids, plan your funeral and write out your eulogy. You'll … Continue reading WHAT??????? In The Midst of a Sweep of Death from Opioids, the FDA Just Approved a New Opioid 500 Times as Potent as Morphine! Are They Serious?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced it has warned four more online networks, operating a total of 21 websites, illegally marketing potentially dangerous, unapproved, and misbranded versions of opioid medications, including tramadol. The warning letters issued by the FDA to each of the networks state that they must immediately stop illegally selling these … Continue reading FDA takes action against 21 websites marketing unapproved opioids as part of agency’s effort to target illegal online sales
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week announced it is overseeing the voluntary destruction and recall of kratom products. Earlier this month, the FDA warned kratom is an opioid and has been linked with 44 deaths. Kratom, an unregulated botanical substance, is used by some people to relieve pain, anxiety and depression, as well as symptoms … Continue reading FDA Announces Voluntary Destruction and Recall of Kratom Products
On the same day that 17 students and staff were killed in a Florida high school shooting, nearly 300 Americans were killed by FDA-approved prescription medications. Yet no one cried a single tear, and the (pharma-funded) news didn’t even mention the tragedy. When children are killed by guns, the news is emotionally multiplied with pseudojournalism “theatrics” … Continue reading On the Same Day that 17 Children were Murdered in a Florida High School, Almost 300 Americans were Killed by FDA-Approved Prescription Medications
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a digital pill embedded with a sensor designed to inform physicians whether their patients are taking their medications. The federal approval marks a growing trend towards addressing drug non-adherence among patients, according to a New York Times report. The pill, called Abilify MyCite, is a modified version of Otsuka Pharmaceutical’s drug Abilify that … Continue reading New FDA-approved “trackable” pill transmits information — it will tattle on you if you don’t take your meds