The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently issued alerts or other safety information about a number of products, including dietary supplements that could be contaminated with Salmonella a blood thinner that may lead to bleeding problems a drug for abnormal heart rhythm that carries a risk of stroke, heart failure and death when used by certain people ADHD drugs that showed no evidence of an increased risk of stroke or heart attack in adults
A global survey has found that more than half of consumers around the world have difficulty understanding nutrition labels, with food label confusion highest in the Chinese-speaking world and in Southeast Asia.
People who have bought Excedrin headache tablets have been advised to return the medication to pharmacies.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently issued alerts or other safety information about a number of products.
"Globes" found that prices of international brand non-prescription drugs in Israel were several times higher than in the US and UK.