Food And Drug Administration
Nearly a year after tainted cantaloupes from southeast Colorado sickened hundreds and caused a nationwide melon scare, farmers in Rocky Ford are celebrating a strong crop and high prices.
Last summer 30 people died after eating tainted cantaloupe grown in Colorado. Only Jensen Farms was linked to the listeria outbreak, but the stigma has been tough to overcome for all Colorado cantaloupe growers.
A settlement is in the works in lawsuits against a Colorado farm identified as the source of a nationwide listeria outbreak last fall that killed at least 30 people, attorneys said Monday.
Honey barbeque sauce manufactured at a Colorado farm after Aug. 1 is being recalled for not including anchovies in its list of ingredients, leaving those with fish allergies at risk.
FDA investigators are in China trying to find a link between chicken jerky treats and illnesses reported by hundreds of American dog owners.
Children could be getting unnecessarily high levels of radiation when they undergo CT scans and X-Rays. The FDA urges manufacturers to develop new scanners with children in mind.
A Colorado expert says sperm banks have been allowed to self-regulate for too long.
Members of Congress sent letters on Wednesday to two dozen suspected fake pharmacies asking for information about their businesses.
Mike Hauser, 68, of Monument died Tuesday. That brings the total number of adult deaths to 34 people across the country. Several Coloradans are still suffering five months after the outbreak began.
Doctors across the country are sounding off about a shortage of medications for children with cancer. Some hospitals say they might start running out of the drugs and the medication shortage is affecting sick children in Colorado.