Apple, Alphabet and Fitbit test FDA fast track for health apps
The pilot project might spare them from having to certify products.
Natural Cycles says contraceptive app is more effective than the pill
The app promises 99 percent efficiency if "used perfectly".
FDA recalls close to half-a-million pacemakers over hacking fears
Security concerns over connected health devices are once again in the spotlight.
First FDA-approved genetic therapy fights leukemia
The procedure modifies a patient's autologous cells to target the cancer.
FDA hasn't confirmed if meatless Impossible Burger is okay to eat
Documents cite the agency's doubt that the faux burger's prime ingredient is human-safe.
The FDA has a significant change of heart about e-cigarettes
Bad news for cigarettes, good news for vapers.
FDA approves first MRI machine for premature babies
This will help more preemies survive their most vulnerable days in the hospital.
High-tech solutions top the list in the fight against eye disease
Cataracts, glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration, oh my!
New FDA policies could hasten approvals of 'lower risk' health tech
The agency wants to make getting digital technologies to market more efficient.