1. Report Kids' Problems With Medical Products

    Children's caregivers witness first-hand bad experiences with pediatric medical products or devices. FDA encourages consumers to report these experiences with drugs and device problems to the agency.
  2. Some Medications and Driving Don't Mix

    Some prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines can cause reactions that may make it unsafe to drive
  3. Helpful Questions and Answers about Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Your Pets

    During the coronavirus pandemic, you've learned a lot about keeping your family safe. If your family includes pets, you want to keep them safe, too. FDA offers some helpful questions and answers about keeping your pets safe during the pandemic.
  4. Beware of Fraudulent Coronavirus Tests, Vaccines and Treatments

    There are currently no FDA-approved drugs, including vaccines, to treat or prevent COVID-19. Products that claim to cure, treat, or prevent COVID-19 haven’t been evaluated by the FDA for safety and effectiveness; they might be dangerous to you and your family.
  5. Filling in Wrinkles Safely

    In the quest for youthful looks, both men and women are seeking treatments to minimize laugh lines and other wrinkles. Learn about a popular treatment that involves injecting dermal fillers into the face, its benefits and risks.
  6. Understanding the Regulatory Terminology of Potential Preventions and Treatments for COVID-19

    There are no FDA-approved coronavirus preventions or treatments. Researchers are studying new drugs, and drugs approved for other conditions, as possible preventions or treatments for COVID-19. The language describing possible preventions or treatments can be confusing. Here’s what those terms mean.
  7. Vaccines, Blood & Biologics

    From blood to vaccines, FDA protects and advances the public health by ensuring that biological products are safe, effective, and available to those who need them. Read these Consumer Updates to learn more.
  8. Drugs

    Consumer articles about over-the-counter and prescription drugs.
  9. Coronavirus Disease 2019 Testing Basics

    Easy-to-understand information about the different types of coronavirus tests
  10. Protect Your Family From Fraudulent Flu Products

    Influenza season may bring out dishonest sellers hawking fraudulent products that claim to prevent, treat, or cure the flu. These unproven products, sold online and in stores, haven’t been evaluated by the FDA for safety and effectiveness.


Monday-Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Phone: 802.453.2999
Fax: 802.453.4006


Monday-Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 3pm
Sunday: 10am - 2pm
Phone: 802.388.3784
Fax: 802.388.1720


Monday-Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Sunday: Closed
Phone: 802.877.1190
Fax: 802.877.1197