Between edible microchips, invisible ink and more, the food supply chain is becoming more transparent than ever.
The FDA has approved a chicken product grown this way by California-based company Good Meat. It’s only the second company to get that agency’s green light.
Medicare raised premiums late last year in preparation to cover the drug Aduhelm. Ultimately, Medicare rejected coverage of the drug, with limited exceptions.
The hope is that over-the-counter sales could make the devices more affordable to millions of Americans who would benefit from them.
The FDA hasn't approved ingredients that could make products more pleasing to use — and used more often, says Amanda Mull of The Atlantic.
The first lawsuit has been filed against Daily Harvest, which is facing complaints from hundreds of consumers who reported falling ill after eating one of the company’s products.
Government insurer won't cover Aduhelm's $28,000-a-year price tag except for clinical trials.
The agency recommended gradual changes to the salt content in 163 processed food categories -- aimed at lessening the amount of salt we eat.
The regulator will decide whether e-cigarettes products, including those from major brands like Juul and Vuse, can stay on the market.
The cost of the newly approved treatment will be about $56,000 a year, much of it paid for by Medicare.