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What to know about the controversial tobacco scientist who wants to ban e-cigarettes
Stanton Glantz's crusade against vaping has some critics—and former allies—questioning his research.
Your favorite sunscreen might have just been recalled
Johnson & Johnson is pulling some spray-on products after a watchdog lab raised flags about a common cancer-causing substance.
Why the FDA issued a new warning about the J&J vaccine
The benefits still overwhelmingly outweigh the risks, experts stress.
‘Fugitive dust’ seems to have caused last summer’s salmonella outbreak from peaches
Nearby chickens and cows contributed to the contamination of peaches that led to a large outbreak of salmonella.
The FDA approved the first new Alzheimer’s drug in nearly 20 years. But does it work?
Experts are divided as to how helpful this pricey drug will actually be.
The pause on Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine doesn’t mean it’s not safe
Extremely rare blood clots prompted the FDA to pause the shot, but not because the vaccine is dangerous.
Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine blunder is a surprisingly good thing
Errors happen in drug making. But quality testing helps prevent them from reaching the public.
Are ‘clean’ cosmetics better for us than other beauty products?
A new chapter in the hunt for truly non-toxic, ethical cosmetic ingredients.
A novel drug to prevent Lyme disease is now being tested in humans
It could be available by 2023.