Beware of Fraudulent Coronavirus Tests, Vaccines and Treatments—FDA warns
The FDA is particularly concerned that these deceptive and misleading products might cause people to delay, skip or stop appropriate medical treatment for COVID-19, leading to serious and life-threatening harm. It’s likely that the products do not do what they claim, and the ingredients in them could cause adverse effects (bad reactions) and could interact and potentially interfere with medications to treat many underlying medical conditions.
When Medicine Makes Patients Sicker
A KHN review of thousands of FDA documents reveals how drugs that are poorly manufactured or contaminated can reach consumers.
OK to ignore FDA’s warning not to eat raw cookie dough?
Eating cookie dough (made from flour known to be not part of the recall and pasteurized eggs) is something that I enjoy enough that I’m willing to put myself and my children at (a very small) risk to do.
Think Before You Ink: Are Tattoos Safe?
Before you get a tattoo, consider these key questions
Scammers sending fake FDA warning letters, FDA warns
Scammers are targeting consumers who have purchased medicines online.