Pfizer said it will submit an application to the Food and Drug Administration for the RSV vaccine's approval by the end of 2022.
The U.S. currently uses the inactivated polio vaccine, which is highly effective at preventing paralysis but does not stop transmission of the virus.
Makena, the only drug approved to prevent premature births, has not shown to be effective and exposes women to “serious risk," the agency's scientists said.
Novavax's Covid shots rely on protein technology used in other vaccines for decades, rather than the messenger RNA used in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
The FDA has authorized Pfizer's boosters without direct human data on how they perform against the omicron BA.5 subvariant.
There are certain cereals that you may consider healthy that wouldn't be classified as such by the FDA based on its new criteria. Here are seven.
If you did the "Ice Bucket Challenge" in 2014, you may have helped fund a new drug for ALS. Some experts are fond of its FDA approval; others less so.
Pfizer's application to the FDA comes before clinical trial results of the omicron BA.5 booster shots have been published.
A harmful challenge of cooking chicken in NyQuil to induce hallucinations is trending, and the FDA and TikTok have taken swift action to get ahead of it.
Omicron-specific Covid boosters were cleared by the CDC yesterday. And the shots could be available as early as this weekend or next week — here's what to know.
Kraft Heinz recalled thousands of Capri Sun pouches due to possible contamination from cleaning solution. Here's what you should know.
A new FDA rule creates a class of hearing aids that don’t require a medical exam or prescription.
The FDA will allow health-care providers to administer the shots through intradermal injection, or between the layers of the skin, for adults.
Dozens of beverages from popular brands like Oatly and Stumptown were recalled last week - here's which products to avoid and why.
The FDA issued an administrative stay Tuesday on the order it issued last month for vaping company Juul to pull its electronic cigarettes from the market.
In the U.S., it's legal to compensate people for their blood donation. Plasma donations can be a way to make extra income, but some groups can't donate.
Blood is big business in the United States, making up over 2% of the country's exports. Since there's no substitute for human blood, demand can be hard to meet. During the pandemic, the U.S. faced a dangerous blood shortage, prompting the FDA to look harder at its ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men. In the U.S., it's legal to compensate people for their blood donation, creating a unique economy where for some people donating plasma is an economic coping mechanism.
The Food and Drug Administration rejected Juul's application to sell its e-cigarettes in the U.S.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and CNBC contributor, joins CNBC's 'Squawk Box' to break down regulators' move to order Juul e-cigarettes off the U.S. market, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
The pandemic has thrown the airline industry into turmoil. Analysts say at least airlines are doing a better job at cleaning their planes.