Three mills in central China have been closed and the rice they produced recalled after officials said Tuesday the grain was found to be tainted with cadmium.
Investigators at Consumer Reports say the directions for testosterone gel say the gel is flammable until dry and avoid smoking or an open flame until dry.
Chinese authorities announced a five-month crackdown on illegal products in the fast-growing health food industry.
Generic drug maker Ranbaxy USA Inc. pleaded guilty to selling substandard products and will pay $500 million in fines and damages, federal authorities said.
No single action can put an end to Listeria in food sold at stores, but U.S. retail deli operators can take steps to reduce listeriosis risk, officials say.
A federal judge in New York Friday denied the Obama administration's request to delay his ruling that emergency contraception be available without restriction.
Wrigley officials said Wednesday they will stop U.S. production, sales and marketing of their new caffeinated gum Alert Energy Caffeine Gum.
The city of San Francisco has sued energy drink maker Monster, charging the company markets its caffeinated beverages to children despite possible health risks.
The Obama administration's age and identification restrictions are barriers to emergency contraception access, a U.S.non-profit group says.
The White House says a U.S. judge has no right to force it to make over-the-counter morning-after pills available to girls and women of all ages.