Articles about Food and Drug Administration
28 Sep 2022Japan
Leading Japanese drugmaker Eisai Co. and its partner Biogen Inc. on Tuesday said their Alzheimer's drug showed a significant effect in slowing the disease, in a major trial.
05 Aug 2022California
The United States (US) authorities announced on Thursday that monkeypox has been designated a public health emergency in the country.
22 Oct 2021Joe Biden
Hundreds have fallen sick in the United States after a massive salmonella outbreak reported across 37 states in the country.
21 Sep 2021World Health Organization
The United States is set to reopen air travel for passengers who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
09 Sep 2021Food Industry
Living up to its name, American plant-based meat substitute manufacturer Impossible Foods launched its meatless chicken nuggets at restaurants recently.
23 Aug 2021Pfizer
The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has finally received full approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday for use in people aged 16 and above in the country.
21 Aug 2021Pfizer
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reportedly set to grant full approval to Pfizer-BioNTech's two-dose COVID-19 vaccine next week, expediting the previous timeline for licensing the vaccine.
13 Jul 2021Johnson & Johnson
US regulators on Monday added a new warning to Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine about links to a rare and potentially dangerous neurological reaction but said it's not entirely clear the shot caused the problem.
11 Jun 2021Coronavirus
The United States' top drug regulator - the Food and Drug Administration - has rejected Bharat Biotech's application for an emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine COVAXIN.
20 Apr 2021Mumbai
Police and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials raided two locations in Mumbai and seized 2,200 vials of Remdesivir stocked by exporters, an official said on Tuesday.
25 Feb 2021Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine offers strong protection against severe COVID-19, according to an analysis released by US regulators that sets the stage for a final decision on a new and easier-to-use shot.
10 Feb 2021United Sates
Fresenius Kabi Oncology Limited agreed to plead guilty to concealing and destroying records prior to a 2013 US Food and Drug Administration's inspection of its plant and pay $50 million in fines and forfeiture.
30 Dec 2020Health & Wellness
The US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has received the first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine live on television as part of efforts to build public trust in the inoculation process
12 Dec 2020Donald Trump
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday authorized Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine, clearing the way for its mass rollout across the United States.
08 Nov 2020Donald Trump
As the United States has been more focused on the Presidential elections this past week, the COVID-19 situation has worsened.
06 Sep 2020Pfizer
In light of the havoc wreaked by COVID-19, governments around the world have become more than willing to fast-track regulatory approvals and launch promising vaccines, anti-virals, and tests for their citizens.
04 Sep 2020India
As the COVID-19 crisis is deteriorating with every passing day, all the hopes are pinned on the development of a safe and effective vaccine.
27 Jul 2020Washington DC
In a major development, the COVID-19 vaccine developed by biotech giant Moderna Therapeutics has gone into the third and final stage of clinical human trials.
15 Jul 2020DC Comics
Moderna Therapeutics has come a long way with its candidate vaccine to prevent COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease.
22 Jun 2020Hong Kong
Over the past six months, the novel coronavirus pandemic has infected nearly ninety lakh people and killed over 4.6 lakh worldwide.
02 Jun 2020PTI
Remdesivir has been approved by India's top drug regulator for "restricted emergency use" on COVID-19-infected adults and children.
22 May 2020Coronavirus
In a matter of months, a never-seen-before coronavirus originating from China has turned the whole world upside down.
19 May 2020India
United States President Donald Trump made a surprising revelation on Monday, saying that he has been taking the anti-malarial drug, Hydroxychloroquine, for a week and a half now.
13 Apr 2020Donald Trump
Battered by the coronavirus pandemic, the United States is looking at reopening some parts of its economy by May, the government's expert on the infectious disease hinted on Sunday.
28 Mar 2020Trump Administration
In a major development, a US-based medical device manufacturer has won Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval for a new 'rapid' coronavirus test.
18 Jan 2020Google
As market-ready AR glasses continue to evolve, a new kind of device appears to be mushrooming on the block - smart contact lenses.
30 Aug 2019India
Recently, India's Health Ministry proposed a ban on the production and import of electronic cigarettes, citing health hazards.
25 May 2019United States of America
Swiss drugmaker Novartis' new gene therapy, which recently received US approval, may be the world's most expensive drug, priced at an exorbitant $2.125 million (approximately Rs. 14cr).
30 Nov 2018Karnataka
Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, in a letter to his Goa counterpart Manohar Parrikar, has asked that the ban on import of fish into Goa be lifted.
22 Nov 2018Maharashtra
Maharashtra government today said it would make food adulteration a non-bailable offense and provide for life-term to the offenders.
19 Jun 2018Mumbai
Three children died and at least 40 people were hospitalized due to suspected food poisoning after they had a meal at a function in Maharashtra's Raigad district, police said today.
07 Mar 2018Maharashtra
The Maharashtra Government has told the Legislative Council that sale of gutka -banned in the state- would be made a non-bailable offense.
04 Feb 2018DNA
Studies conducted by the US government reveal that radiations from mobile phones are not really harmful to humans.
25 Jan 2018Mumbai
Maharashtra government on Wednesday banned the sale of tobacco and food items under the same roof. The state becomes the first to implement the move after the Union ministry of health and family welfare issued an advisory in September, 2017.
30 Sep 2017Donald Trump
Tom Price, Donald Trump's Health and Human Services Secretary, resigned on Friday amid growing uproar over his use of expensive private planes for official purposes.
26 Jul 2017Workplace
It is not uncommon for employers to compete in order to provide various perks and lure employees, but one US-based company is now offering $300-worth "free microchipping" to its employees.
19 Jul 2017Blood Bank
According to National Aids Control Organization, LGBTQ community fall under the category of 'High Risk Group' and hence they aren't allowed to donate blood.