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Consumers can inadvertently exceed their daily allotment of harmful fats, according to a new study, through a loophole that allows food companies to mask the nutritional value of their products.
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This is the time of year when many of us are promising to shake those extra pounds. But you might want to make sure you don't have one particular weight loss product in your medicine cabinet.
The test can be used to test for concussion on young athletes, infants with "shaken baby syndrome" and combat troops.
What's the best way to use the measurements developed for government in the past few years? We ask a panel of experts for their opinion.
EPA CIO Jackson said he wants to dig deeper to improve programs and save money on technology systems. Others are using the data on the dashboard to have a common language across the department.
Learn more about what reforms the FDA has in store
Learn more about the information gaps at the FDA and EPA
The Department of Veterans Affairs has begun implementing program changes designed to increase security and enhance the experience of its patients.
Tests by a state agency have prompted the voluntary recall of spinach sold in North Carolina, Maryland and Virginia.
A new report from the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council says the FDA should become more proactive when it comes to food-borne illnesses.