FDA ALERT: Children’s Robitussin And Dimetapp Cough Medicines Recalled Due To Overdose RisksThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that two children's cough medicines have been recalled due to the risk of overdose.
'How Can I Be Sick?' Woman Who Took Hydroxychloroquine For 19 Years To Treat Lupus Still Got COVID-19A Wisconsin woman is warning people that the anti-malarial drug, hydroxychloroquine, wil not protect someone from COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Medtronic Gets FDA Approval To Offer Ventilator In United StatesThe average unit goes for under $10,000.
What Is Hydroxychloroquine?President Trump has said the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine “could be a game-changer” in the fight against COVID-19.
FDA Requests Heartburn Drug Zantac To Be Pulled From Market ImmediatelyThe US Food and Drug Administration is requesting that manufacturers pull all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, known by the brand name Zantac, from the market immediately, the agency announced on Wednesday.
UP2 Dietary Supplement Recalled Because It Contained An Ingredient Of ViagraMed Man has issued a nationwide recall of the UP2 dietary supplement.
New FDA-Approved Treatment For Cystic Fibrosis Gives Hope To ThousandsA brand new medical breakthrough is expected to drastically change the lives of Minnesotans living with Cystic Fibrosis.
'We Just Aren't Sure Which Way To Go': FDA IDs Dog Foods Possibly Linked With Fatal Heart DiseaseWCCO's Christine Cordero first reported on the issue last October, and earlier this year the FDA confirmed grain-free dog food has contributed to the death of hundreds of dogs.
FDA To Hold Public Hearing On CBD In Food, DrinkThe Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will hold its first public hearing on a plan to legalize cannabidiol, also known as CBD, in food and drinks. 
Grain-Free Dog Food May Be To Blame For Hundreds Of Dogs' Deaths, FDA SaysTop veterinarians and the FDA are exploring a potential connection between grain-free dog food and a form of heart disease known as DCM.
FDA To Resume Inspections Of Riskiest Foods Amid ShutdownThe FDA is required to inspect facilities that handle high-risk foods once every three years, and once every five years for other foods.