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The funny part about big game hunting is that we talk about it for 51 weeks a year but only really do it for one. Sure, there's plenty of planning and prep work, scouting and the like. And, if you hunt by bow, the prep work could last for up to a
Don't look for new sunscreen on store shelves anytime soon, though. The FDA hasn't approved a new sunscreen formula since the Clinton administration, and Time reports that there are eight different sun-bloc ingredients that have been backlogged for
Sunday, July 20, 2014 The FDA is also warning parents of teething babies to steer clear of prescription or over-the-counter medications...They say rubbing or massaging your child's tender gums can help. Or let the baby gnaw on a cold wash cloth or a
medicines. "The makers of OTC medicines fully support using mL as the standard unit of measurement on all liquid OTC medicines...Alternatively, a mL unit can be used together with a 'teaspoonful', but manufacturers should avoid use of a 'teaspoonful'
08 pm Photo Each year, about 10,000 people contact poison centers in the United States, afraid that they gave too strong a dose of medicine or were confused by measurement directions, according to the American Association of Poison Control Centers .
DHG Pharmaceutical JSC, Vietnam's largest pharmaceutical company by market capitalization, is looking to expand to new markets and boost sales of health supplements to hedge against the impact of tighter regulation of antibiotics in the region. The
In an effort curb the production of methamphetamine in West Virginia, CVS Caremark has agreed to cease selling several over-the-counter cold medicines at stores in the state. Products containing pseudoephedrine, one of the main ingredient used in the
Around 7000 chemists in the city and other parts of the district shut shop on Thursday raising several demands and protesting against alleged harassment by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorities, their main grouse being suspension of
Canterbury student investigating benefits of natural medicine to help with colds June 26, 2014 A University of Canterbury PhD health sciences student is investigating the benefits of natural medicine to help with common colds. Sandra Clair is
Today, the Commission adopts an implementing Regulation under the Falsified Medicinal Products Directive which sets out the design for a common logo for online pharmacies, and the technical requirements for ensuring its authenticity...Tonio Borg,