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Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is an agency run by the Executive Branch of the American government that makes sure that all food and medical supplies are safe to eat or use before going out to the general public. This was created by president Theodore Roosevelt after the novel by Upton Sinclair called ' The Jungle ' was released, which described the horrors in the meat industry. Questions in this category should include questions about the recall of certain foods and drugs, testing methods used by this agency, and the history of the FDA.
They are still investigating why ppl get it but it's not due to drugs since it goes so far back and exists all over the world.. It's probably always been here but just now have they discovered it. It's like with Alzheimer disease. In the beginning it was just Senile Dementia but now they start to...
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To add to J. Baker's Expert Answer that ephedra was causing strokes  and heart attacks, it was ephedra's use in over-the-counter Dietary  Supplements (DS) that FDA banned. Those products presented an  unreasonable risk of illness or injury under ordinary conditions of  use. Consumers were...
It depends on if they are a FDA criminal investigator or just a investigator.If you are asking about criminal investigator,than yes if not,no FDA agents don't carry guns.
Because the fda know and most people know that they are safe.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issues guidelines that must be met when placing a nutrient or health claim on a food label.
Macafem's production has been certified with ISO 9001:2000 Quality  Management, SQF 2000 & HACCP Safe Quality Foods, SGS GMP Good  Manufacturing and since Macafem is an herbal supplement, it doesn't  require FDA approval.
Duragesic, like any medicine, is only dangerous to those who misuse it or don't respect its potency. Typically those who it affects adversely are those who aren't opiate tolerant, and the drug is specifically intended for patients who have already been on high doses of opiates previously. The FDA...
Not necessarily. Whole leaf and crude Stevia extracts are currently  not considered GRAS (generally recognized as  safe) and have not been approved as food additives.    Only specific manufacturers of the highly refined extracts  (Rebaudioside A) have been given GRAS status. These companies...
Slim Quick, a dietary supplement comprised of vitamins, minerals, and herbs, is not approved by the FDA.
it stands for "drug" as in medicines....Food & Drug Administration
This medication was phohibited by the FDA of the United States.
Most of us like to check the nutrition label of food or drinks before buying them, to determine the fat content. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) determines how information is to be presented on these labels.Many people will opt for 'light' or 'fat-free' food, believing that it contains less...
Food and Drug Administration ( pharmacy Terminology)
Electronic cigarettes are not currently approved by the FDA. Last year the FDA announced that they had concerns as the the safety of electronic cigarettes claiming that they contained toxic chemicals. Recently the American Medical Association recommended that the FDA ought to regulate electronic...
The FDA is an agency of the Dept. of Health and Human Health Services. It is one of the U.S. Federal Executive Departments. The FDA is led by a Commissioner of Food and Drugs, and is appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate. The FDA is responsible for protecting and...
No, Quick Trim is not FDA approved. Dietary supplements generally don't require FDA approval before they go on the market, which has resulted in dangerous dietary supplements being sold. Currently, there is litigation against Quick Trim for using misleading practices to sell their products.
Background: After the publication of the book "the jungle", which depicted disgusting meat factories that lead to many ill and dead. The people realized that there food should be regulated. They looked towards the government for an answer. Answer: The FDA was made in 1906 during the Progressive Era...
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There is no such RDA. The soil is highly contaminated with  aluminium because of chemtrail exposure, so there was no problem of  lack of aluminium in human body and in consequence no  recommendation was given.
To the best of my knowledge, no, although you may be able to find something close to this in a farm supply store. Please be advised, however, that the vaccines available over the counter may not be as effective and there is a possibility of adverse reactions.
i believe that there have been at least 200 modified foods
As of this moment, FDA only has draft guidance regarding the use of  "whole grain" on food labels. In the published draft guidance,  "whole grain" would indicate 100%. The labeling should not be  misleading, so if the label infers that it is 100% whole grain when  it is not, FDA might take issue...
The United States has a Food and Drug Administration (USFDA), but  so does China (CFDA). Other countries might also have an FDA or an  equivalent agency.    People tend to forget that the USFDA does not just regulate drugs.  It also regulates food (human and animal) not covered by USDA, ...
Force Factor is not a drug, it is a supplement. Supplements are not evaluated by the FDA.
Finding such an attorney is only the first step, though, you must also have a judge willing to let the case proceed.
  yes because it helps markets from all over the world
Yes, reglan is FDA approved for the treatment of nausea and gastrointestinal disturbances. It is sometimes applied for an off-label use as a stimulant of lactation for women.
  Answer:   If you mean the Black Box warning:   well it can cause sudden death, and cardiac arrest.   also, it is very addictive and can lead to psychosis and paranoia.   it does help treat ADHD and ADD but you should only take it if the benefits overweigh the risks.
Lukenge Matthew, lukenmat@gmail.com UVRI-Uganda.Type 1 error is a null rejection error (wrongfully rejecting the null which states that there will be no difference in anticipated observations in the study groups). Type II error, however, is the null acceptance error. The consequences of committing a...
The Food, Drug & Cosmetic act has the following definitions: . "The term "food" means (1) articles used for food or drink forman or other animals, (2) chewing gum, and (3) articles used forcomponents of any such article." . "The term "drug" means (A) articles recognized in the officialUnited States...
Products pending FDA approval, contains the lightning bolt symbol that identifies codes that are being tracked by the AMA to monitor Food and Drug Administration (FDA) status for approval of a drug.
No. If they are your doctor, that would fall underphysician-patient privilege and they would be required to keep thatconfidential.
why was the FDA createdAs per the the FDA's own web site, "The Food and Drug Administration is the oldest comprehensive consumer protection agency in the U. S. federal government. Its origins can be traced back to the appointment of Lewis Caleb Beck in the Patent Office around 1848 to carry out...
2009.... For 17 and over.... 16 and under have to get a prescription from a health care provider or, in some states, can purchase directly from the pharmacist.
The IND Application form (Form FDA 1571) is 3 pages long and asks  for much information, including: the sponsor, the drug itself,  clinical trial protocols, contract research organizations. The  form's instructions are 5 pages long. The application can also be  filed online. You can find the...
The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for regulating the quality of foods sold on the market, in the U.S., and drugs manufactured for pharmaceutical sale in the U.S.
Yes, it was approved by the FDA. I just heard this on their commercial on the radio yesterday. No, a friend called the 800 number and when they posed the questions, customer service said it wasn't FDA approved. I also found the following on Google: "The owners applied for a trademark registration...
No, the FDA does not hold any patents on pharmaceuticals. Instead, it an administrative body that is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines and other biological products, medical devices, our nation's...
Vitamins and suppplements do not FDA approval. The Food and Drug Administration only approves food and prescription medications. It has to ensure those are possible for consumption. Medications are chemically developed for cure but vitamins and supplements are to maintain and improve health....
hi dear, fda inspector earns 5-6 lacs rs monthly
FDA licenses and inspects legal drugs, foods and additives. DEA is an enforcement agency dealing with drug crimes.
There appears to be no publicly available FDA  sponsored sanitation information relating directly to cereal. The  FDA's Sanitation and Treatment Handbook does not list cereal  directly. (opinion) this may be because the regulations apply  to the manufacture of the Ingredients (like wheat, Flour,...
NO. The FDA is only concerned with food in the United States.
The US FDA has decided that rosiglitazone or Avandia can remain available, but only under a very stringent restricted-access program but the European Medicines Agency has recommended the suspension of the medication. The agency had now concluded that the benefits of rosiglitazone no longer...
The European Medicines Agency (EMEA)
Zembrin is a patented version of Sceletium Toruosum, an indigenous plant from South Africa. Zembrin was developed by HGH Pharmaceuticals over a 10 year period and is supported by rigorous clinical data. Zembrin is not approved by the FDA.
No. The application for submission was completed November 23, 2010, and it is expected to take at least six months for the FDA to approve.
  The blaster mainly stayed unchanged from its production till 2007, the only changes came in 2003 when they added hydrolic brakes versus standard brakes. Then they made cosmetic changes also. the frame stays unchanged and parts stay unchanged
no recall on melado we still use it.. its fantastic they provided me with a msds and they also have fda approval !
FDA they approve of new drugs and also make sure our farm foods are good to eat.
The FDA monitors any complaints and looks for any adverse reactions associated with products. As a result, approximately 3,000 products are recalled each year.
The Bureau of Chemistry existed during The Food and Drug Act of 1906. Then in 1927, a enforcement agency known as the Food, Drug and Insecticide Administration was create and in 1930 it was renamed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
it is not a drug. it stands for Federal Drug Administration.
Currently, no antidepressant medications are classified in pregnancy category B. Wellbutrin (bupropion) is the only antidepressant that was classified by the FDA in pregnancy category B, in the past. However, it has now been assigned by the FDA to category C. Fluoxetine, desipramine, phenelzine,...
== Answer ==   It pertains to a food or medical product or process that has applied for approval and received it from the Food & Drug Administration. Go to the FDA website for more precise information about it's mission and authority.   FDA link: fda.gov
September 15, 2009. See the related link below for the FDA announcement of approval.
FDA is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the  safety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs,  biological products, medical devices, our nation's food supply,  cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
Yes, Amway's Nutrilites products are FDA approved. It is a long process for the company to go through, but it is one thing the Amway company has over many other companies. Double X is and FDA approved vitamin as well as some of their other products. As well as the Site being an A+ rating with the...
The FDA regulations define infants as persons not more than 12 months old (Title 21, Code of Federal Regulations 21 CFR 105.3(e)).See answer to question 1. What is an infant formula?
the amount needed to meet needs of all americans
The FDA is charged with overseeing the safety of medications as well as the food supply in the U.S. The CDC monitors disease trends and statistics. It also helps prepare the nation for anticipated disease epidemics.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD 20857. (800) 532-4440. http://www.fda.gov.
yes in june 1 ,2012
A series of unqualified health claims on food labels
the Food and Drug Administration asked Pfizer to withdraw valdecoxib (Bextra) from the market.
The FDA only has jurisdiction over interstate commerce. So if you do EVERYTHING within your state's boundaries, you are not bound to the rules and regulations of the FDA (but would likely be covered by the USDA and your state's food regulations). The FDA takes a very broad view on this and so if...
Right now, it does not look like there is going to be a follow up. Her ingredients are known to the FDA. They were not proven to be harmful, but a final test was not preformed for actual approval. They were never disapproved either. They said that she can continue to sell them. She was dishonest....
no however michelle phan does not own iqqu anymore i am not sure why but she never lied to the FDA
Food labels are governed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)  in the United States.
people who do stuff about food and drink
The FDA functions to help ensure a safe food and drug (medication) supply in the United States. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services. FDA's responsibilities, as listed in the FDA website, include: Protecting the public...
Yes. Federal courts can hear questions of federal law. Since the FDA is a federal agency, actions brought by it or against it will generally be brought in federal court.
The USFDA has administrative law judges which hear cases from its own administrative tribunal docket.
The drug-eluting coronary artery stent, the Cordis CYPHER, made by CYPHER, a Johnson & Johnson company, became the first coated stent approved by the FDA in April 2003.
  == Answer ==   Its a temporary tattoo made by dye from the henna plant .Henna has been used for body art and hair dye for years.
Cordis CYPHER, became the first coated stent approved by the FDA in April 2003.
Henna is a stain normally made for hair, and therefore exempt from U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation.