1. Making Decisions for Your Health: Getting the Info You Need

    The FDA is working hard to make sure you have the information you need to make informed decisions about your health.
  2. Know Active Ingredients in Children's Meds

    If your child is taking more than one medication at the same time, there could be dangerous health consequences if those medicines have the same active ingredient. It's important to be aware of the active ingredients in each medication.
  3. Hyland's Homeopathic Teething Tablets: Questions and Answers

    The FDA continues to warn consumers that Hyland's Teething Tablets may pose a risk to children.
  4. Got a Question About Your Pet's Health?

    Got questions about the foods, drugs and other issues involving your pet? FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) may be able to answer them. Read these seven frequently asked questions, and CVM's answers.
  5. The FDA Warns Against Injectable Silicone for Body Contouring and Enhancement

    Injectable dermal fillers are medical devices regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. But no injectable filler is FDA-approved for large-scale body contouring or body enhancement. Learn why injectable silicone and other unapproved products (also called 'but' fillers, breast fillers, or products to fill spaces between muscles) are dangerous and should be avoided.
  6. FDA Teams Up for Novel Campaign on Risks of Decorative Contact Lenses

    The FDA, American Optometric Association and the Entertainment Industries Council are joining forces to launch a campaign for teens and young adults on wearing decorative contact lenses safely. Two videos take clips from American Horror Story to deliver the message.
  7. The FDA Supports Research to Reduce Health Disparities

    Scientific researchers now are working on how to reduce health disparities (differences in health outcomes) among racial and ethnic minorities. And they're doing it with the help of funding from--and by working with--the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Learn more.
  8. FDA Researchers Advance Science for Vaccines to Prevent Mumps and Whooping Cough

    Reported cases of mumps and pertussis have risen in the US in recent years even though many people are vaccinated. As part of the FDA commitment to protect the public health, FDA scientists are working to learn why more cases are occurring.
  9. FDA Ensures Your Foods From Animals Are Safe

    If you eat meat or drink milk, you want to know: Are the veterinary drugs used in food-producing animals entering your diet? And if they are, are the amounts safe for human consumption? Those are some of the concerns of FDA's Division of Residue Chemistry.
  10. Fighting Diabetes' Deadly Impact on Minorities

    The Office of Minority Health (OMH) at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is working on several fronts to help ethnic and racial minority groups stay healthy and, when appropriate, is helping to raise awareness of available treatments for diabetes.


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