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October 2009

Published on Oct 27, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
FDA's accelerated approval program

According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has allowed drugs to stay on the market even when follow-up studies found that they weren't effective. This and other practices are under review by the GAO, which investigated the FDA's "accelerated approval program."

Published on Oct 22, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Car seats unsafe outside of cars

Many parents take advantage of the convenience of today's car seats, using them as handheld baby carriers and snap-in seats for strollers. According to experts, however, this is not always safe for your infant.

Published on Oct 16, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Food safety regulation overhaul

Plans for significant changes to food safety laws have been introduced by lawmakers in an effort to improve food inspections, regulations, recall responses, and public education on food safety. The primary building block behind the plan is enacting new laws mandating E. coli inspections of ground beef.

Published on Oct 07, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Food poisoning outbreaks

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a nutrition advocacy group, has compiled a list of the foods that pose the greatest risk of food poisoning. At the top of that list are foods that are highly touted for their health benefits – leafy greens like lettuce and spinach.

Published on Oct 01, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Texting and driving

More than 300 lawmakers and transportation experts are in the midst of a "distracted driving summit," a meeting intended to address roadway hazards. At the beginning of the summit, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood called distracted driving a "menace to society."

Published on Oct 27, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
FDA's accelerated approval program

According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has allowed drugs to stay on the market even when follow-up studies found that they weren't effective. This and other practices are under review by the GAO, which investigated the FDA's "accelerated approval program."

Published on Oct 22, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Car seats unsafe outside of cars

Many parents take advantage of the convenience of today's car seats, using them as handheld baby carriers and snap-in seats for strollers. According to experts, however, this is not always safe for your infant.

Published on Oct 16, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Food safety regulation overhaul

Plans for significant changes to food safety laws have been introduced by lawmakers in an effort to improve food inspections, regulations, recall responses, and public education on food safety. The primary building block behind the plan is enacting new laws mandating E. coli inspections of ground beef.

Published on Oct 07, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Food poisoning outbreaks

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a nutrition advocacy group, has compiled a list of the foods that pose the greatest risk of food poisoning. At the top of that list are foods that are highly touted for their health benefits – leafy greens like lettuce and spinach.

Published on Oct 01, 2009 by Edgar Snyder
Texting and driving

More than 300 lawmakers and transportation experts are in the midst of a "distracted driving summit," a meeting intended to address roadway hazards. At the beginning of the summit, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood called distracted driving a "menace to society."

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