Food And Drug Administration
Teenage acne can be temporarily embarrassing, but some acne actually leaves scars long after those teen years are gone. Now there’s a new treatment that may help.
A new treatment is helping prevent painful migraines — and it’s drug-free. The patient wears the device that looks like a high-tech headband once a day.
Flu season is just around the corner and Gov. John Hickenlooper got his flu shot on Monday, but he barely felt it. The governor’s vaccine was injected without a needle.
Federal health regulators have approved a novel device for preserving donated lungs outside the body for possible transplantation into critically ill patients.
A new study is raising more questions about a common procedure done during hysterectomies. There have been growing concerns the procedure may spread hidden cancer and a woman in Arvada believes it happened to her.
Jerky treats are a popular treat for dogs, but the FDA recently reported getting 4,800 complaints that the treats made dogs sick. 1,000 pet owners say the treats killed their dogs.
With the governor’s signature Colorado is now the first state to allow terminally ill patients to have access to medication that is not approved by the government.
Some Colorado veterans with mild traumatic brain injuries are turning to an alternative treatment that’s not sanctioned by the Food And Drug Administration.
With passion and tears Jennifer Dunne pleads for answers and action from the Food and Drug Administration, which has held up the use of an experimental drug that has shown promise for children like her son.
Colorado lawmakers voted not to raise the tobacco age from 18 to 21 Wednesday, making Colorado the third state this year to consider but reject the higher smoking age.