Reports have found that some farmers in California are using recycled fracking water to irrigate their crops—sometimes organic crops. In hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” millions of gallons of water, sand, and hundreds of different chemicals are injected, under high pressure, into a well.
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The FDA has accepted nominations to its “Difficult to Compound” (DDC) list, which is supposed to identify drugs that cannot safely be compounded because of their complexity.
The FDA is on the verge of deciding the future of fecal microbiota transplants (FMT), a promising new treatment that harnesses the power of the gut microbiome to fight illness.
Consumers looking for clean, healthy food have for years turned to foods with the USDA’s organic seal.
A new report demonstrates that most diapers and menstrual pads contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and phthalates, endangering millions of women and babies who may be absorbing these chemicals through the genitalia.
A new study has found that bright light alters our metabolism.
In response to several measles outbreaks that have been reported across the US by the CDC, the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee is planning to meet on March 5 to discuss vaccine-preventable diseases and efforts to boost vaccination rates and fight vaccine hesitancy.
Recently, Sen. Marco Rubio introduced a bill that would allow Health Savings Account (HSA) funds to go toward dietary supplements without having to get a doctor’s prescription; the same would apply to health Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs).
Just a few days ago, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb released a wide-ranging statement about the FDA’s regulatory approach to dietary supplements.