Whole Foods Market stores voluntarily recalled raw macadamia nuts Monday due to Salmonella contamination.
Not everyone is praising a new federal guideline that will soon require many restaurants nationwide to post calorie counts on wine lists.
Federal health officials are stepping up their oversight of medical scopes linked to potentially fatal “superbug” outbreaks.
A Southland firefighter wants to warn others about a prescription drug that he says poisoned him and stripped him of the ability to do what he loves.
A piece of medical equipment blamed for a so-called “superbug” outbreak at UCLA Medical Center was reportedly never approved for sale to hospitals by the Food and Drug Administration.
A California congressman wants answers from the Food and Drug Administration in the wake of superbug infections at a local hospital now linked to contaminated medical scopes.
A California congressman wants an investigation into what the Food and Drug Administration is doing to prevent additional superbug infections after a deadly outbreak at a Los Angeles hospital linked to contaminated medical scopes.
A device that promises to turn off hunger is the newest tool in the battle against overeating.
Officials warned the public on Friday to not eat certain Santa Barbara Smokehouse cold-smoked salmon products, due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.
Los Angeles city officials introduced a resolution Tuesday calling for the U.S. government to lift a longstanding prohibition on gay men giving blood at donation drives.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued an alert that a routine procedure to treat fibroids may cause the spread of cancer.
Dr. Lydie Hazan spoke to CBS2’s Lisa Sigell about her experience treating patients with Apimed, otherwise known as standardized and purified “venom in a vial”.
A Los Angeles-based doctor, along with several activist groups, protested the recent release of the painkiller Zohydro ER in front of the Food and Drug Administration building in Irvine.
Approximately 8,895 pounds are affected by the recall, said the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
State health officials Sunday warned the public about eating cactus that was tainted by a dangerous pesticide in Mexico.