HHS repeals “overly broad” portions of Bush-era regulation.
New product safety initiative receives mixed reviews.
Proposed standards attempt to reduce black lung disease risk.
Senators debate whether to regulate a drilling process.
New National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences works with pharmaceutical companies to develop drugs.
The Supreme Court decides that federal statutes preempt state lawsuits over vaccinations.
The FDA proposes to withdraw approval for a breast cancer treatment, with hearing scheduled for June.
The FDA holds public meetings to discuss its new authority as some members of Congress question the agency’s budget.
New legislation increases safety responsibilities of the FDA and food importers.
Following Supreme Court decision, the USDA stops regulating Roundup Ready Alfalfa.
Lawsuits over stem cell research could alter current scientific approaches.
Yogurt producer pays $21 million to states following investigation of product health claims.