Foodanddrugadministration

08.03.15
FDA approves a drug made using 3D printing
08.03.15

FDA approves a drug made using 3D printing

For the first time, the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug made in part through 3D printing.

By J. Fingas,   08.03.15
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06.03.14
FDA makes it easy for apps to give you public health data
06.03.14

FDA makes it easy for apps to give you public health data

Want to know if it's safe to buy an unknown foodstuff or medicine when you're already at the store...

By J. Fingas,   06.03.14
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04.24.14
FDA's new e-cigarette regulations target 'healthier than tobacco' claims
04.24.14

FDA's new e-cigarette regulations target 'healthier than tobacco' claims

Proposals to officially regulate electronic cigarettes will be announced later today by the Food a...

By M. Smith,   04.24.14
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12.01.12
Google adds medication to the Knowledge Graph, might ease our minds through search
12.01.12

Google adds medication to the Knowledge Graph, might ease our minds through search

It's no secret that many of us turn to Google searches for medical advice, much to the chagrin of...

By J. Fingas,   12.01.12
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08.01.12
FDA approves Proteus Digital Health's e-pills for dose monitoring
08.01.12

FDA approves Proteus Digital Health's e-pills for dose monitoring

An "ingestible sensor" doesn't sound like the tastiest of snacks, but soon it might be just what t...

By J. Rigg,   08.01.12
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10.18.11
Daily Update for October 18, 2011
10.18.11

Daily Update for October 18, 2011

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get...

By S. Sande,   10.18.11
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07.23.09
E-cigarettes contain carcinogens and toxins after all, FDA warns
07.23.09

E-cigarettes contain carcinogens and toxins after all, FDA warns

In case you ever of the mindset that e-cigarettes were somehow toxin free, at least compared to the...

By R. Miller,   07.23.09
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02.01.08
iPods won't crash your pacemaker says the FDA
02.01.08

iPods won't crash your pacemaker says the FDA

It turns out that 17-year-olds probably aren't that good at studying electrical interference -- and...

By J. Topolsky,   02.01.08
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