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Thinking about buying Viagra-like medication online? Think twice.
When a product doesn’t qualify as a drug, you can’t market it as such.
“If you or a loved one…” has seen or heard ads that start like this, don’t toss your medications just yet.
Warning letter to Healthtime (aka Deer Garden Foods) outlines problems that run afoul of federal advertising law.
Latest FDA warning cements MLM’s status as a repeat offender.
Don’t throw away your prescriptions just yet.
Federal agency’s warning letter concerns the marketing of the company’s Tumexal product.
Some drugs are the same except for their names and packaging. For example: Sarafem, marketed as a treatment for Premenstrual Dysphoria Disorder, is the same drug as Prozac, marketed as…
This comes seven months after receiving an FDA warning letter citing unapproved drug treatment claims.
Agency warns about “likes” on its own Facebook page.
Hair restoration claims are drug claims, according to the FDA. Meaning they require FDA approval.
Letter warns CreAgri CEO to drop the unapproved drug claims or else face potential regulatory action.
FDA warns online health store of unapproved drug treatment claims.
If you want the truth about CBD gummies, you’re going to have to look elsewhere.
Unapproved drug claims abound.
FDA warns company about serious violations including unapproved drug claims.
FDA cites more than 400 products touting unapproved drug treatment claims.
FDA slaps supplement maker for unapproved drug treatment claims.
FDA goes after supplements making unapproved drug treatment claims.
FDA warns marketer of illegal tianeptine supplements about unapproved drug treatment claims.