Former Hospital Employee At Parker Adventist Under InvestigationA former employee at Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker is under investigation for possibly diverting drugs meant for patients.
Retailers Warned To Not Sell E-Cigarette To ChildrenFederal health officials on Tuesday announced a nationwide crackdown on underage use of a popular e-cigarette brand.
Dog Food Brands Recalled Over Possible Euthanasia DrugA drug used to euthanize animals has been found in canned dog food, prompting a recall.
FDA Approves Gene Therapy For A Type Of BlindnessLuxturna is only the third gene therapy approved for use in the United States.
US Clears First 'Living Drug' For Tough Childhood LeukemiaOpening a new era in cancer care, the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first treatment that genetically engineers patients' own blood cells into an army of assassins to seek and destroy childhood leukemia.
'Whole Body Cryotherapy': FDA Says Chill Out, It's A Waste Of Time ... & TemperatureThe latest trend in "restorative health" keeps growing and growing, despite the lack of scientific evidence that it actually works. Even the FDA raises a big caution flag on whole body cryotherapy,.
Colorado Doctor Studying Drugs To Help With Symptoms Of DementiaThe wife of the late actor Robin Williams blames his suicide on a disease called Lewy body dementia. You may not know about it, but it affects an estimated 1.4 million people in the U.S.
Obama Signs 21st Century Cures ActPresident Barack Obama signed a landmark bill into law on Tuesday to modernize America's biomedical research system. The approval paves the way to help find new drugs and devices.
Device Helps Cancer Patients Keep Their Hair During ChemoA new device could prevent hair loss due to chemotherapy but its makers are not seeking Food and Drug Administration approval.
21st Century Cures Act Passed By Senate, Moves To Obama's DeskThe U.S. Senate passed a landmark bill on Wednesday to modernize America's biomedical research system thanks to the support of a Colorado Congresswoman.
DeGette Hopes Biomedical Research Bill Passes SenateThe U.S. House of Representatives has already passed a landmark bill to modernize America's biomedical research system. Now, Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette hopes the bill passes the Senate next week.
Colorado Congresswoman Pushes For $6 Billion Bill To Help Find CuresA Colorado congresswoman is pushing for the passage of a bill on Capitol Hill that would help find cures for diseases.