FDA Consumer Health Information Updates
Sometimes a cold is just a cold. What can worried parents do when their babies and young children have a cold? FDA has some advice and tips.
FDA warns consumers about baby wipes that may contain bacteria, undeclared drugs found in a product sold as a dietary supplement with weight loss claims, and a pain reliever packaging mix up.
Food and Drug Administration analysts and entomologists investigate product samples and protect consumers from spoiled and contaminated food.
This guide provides tips and a quick-reference chart to help you report a problem to FDA.
If you eat meat or drink milk, you want to know: Are the veterinary drugs used in food-producing animals entering your diet? And if they are, are the amounts safe for human consumption? Those are some of the concerns of FDA's Division of Residue Chemistry.
Got a question about a medicine? FDA's Division of Drug Information can answer it.
Mammograms are still the best tool for breast cancer screening. As we observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, learn how FDA certifies facilities that perform mammographyÃ¢â‚¬â€�and, clears and approves mammography devicesÃ¢â‚¬â€�to help keep you safe.