Paying for surgery these days requires more than pulling out your insurance card and hoping for the best, even for those with good insurance.
Quality concerns have lead to the recall of various PediaCare products made in Johnson & Johnson's McNeil manufacturing facilities.
Dietary supplements could be contaminated with heavy metals and are otherwise potentially unsafe, especially among seniors.
A new study finding secret chemicals in perfume suggests that there may be a safer ways to mask your summer body odor.
Buckyballs magnetic toys fail to meet federal labeling standards meant to prevent intestinal damage in kids.
Scientists and the public are starting to pay more attention to compulsive hoarding, which is good since these hoarders may make up 5% of the population.
If choking risks posed by hot dogs and other foods aren’t eliminated, you may be seeing more warning labels on these and other everyday supermarket purchases.
Certain bagged romaine salads and salad kits are being recalled across the United States after tests found Salmonella contamination.
The FDA has created a new Web portal that allows users to report on public health risks.
Congress may soon be working to ban drop-side cribs after multiple recalls and several infant fatalities have been linked to the products.