Monster Energy Drinks Cited In As The Cause In Five Death Cases
Officials with the Food and Drug Administration are looking into the cause of death of five separate cases that come are linking to Monster Energy Drinks.
According to the reports being analyzed, people have had adverse reactions after consuming the popular drink, which contains 240 milligrams of caf…
FDA Steps Up Guidelines For Sunscreen Labels
Sunscreen is a summertime-must.  But how do you know that the sunscreen you're using will protect you?
The FDA's new guidelines for sunscreen took effect June 1, 2012.  Essentially, they forced sunscreen makers to beef up their protection levels.
FDA Vetoes Name Change For High Fructose Corn Syrup
Despite pleas from the Corn Refiners Association, the Food and Drug Association nixed a name change for High Fructose Corn Syrup yesterday.  The industry group had applied for the name change two years ago, to counter the bad press (and reputation) that High Fructose Corn Syrup has gotten in re…
Wood Fiber Common In Processed Foods
What are you REALLY eating?  With the latest news about "pink slime" in ground beef, it might make you wonder.
Apparently, it's not "pink slime" that we should be concerned about;  What about the wood that you're eating?!
Lately there have been r…
Top 10 Scariest Food Additives
These days everyone is watching food for salt, fat content, and sugar. I didn't even know that food had so many additives. Heres a great article about food, not only for weight, but for health.
Most of the food at your local supermarket is no more authentic than Snooki's tan. Our fruit comes packaged…