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KickingTiresBreathometer Inc. announced that it has developed the first-ever blood-alcohol-content monitoring device for smartphones. The device, for use with both iPhone and Android phones, is the size of a typical car key and plugs into a smartphone's headphone...
Crime and Safety - Sun-SentinelA nifty new feature on a state website lists food service establishments with a history in the past year of cleanliness, safe food handling and zero violations during inspections. ???It???s important for businesses that attain this to be recognized, and...
Tags: Business, Food Industry
Dining@LargeOver on Consuming Interests, they're talking about the FDA's freshly launched food-recall search engine. This was something the agency was compelled to do under the Food Safety Modernization Act. Food Production Daily provides a useful side-by-side...
Dining@LargeYou don't want to see the acronym TNTC on a letter from the FDA to your facility. In its letter to the Tifton, Ga.-based manufacturers of Dixie Mills Old Fashioned Yellow Grits (whch, OF COURSE reminded me of Aunt Martha's......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsNo, Canada. That is the answer Palm Beach County???s Health Care District reached after researching to see if importing Canadian pharmaceuticals would cut local drug costs. Palm Beach County commissioners in August suggested that the Health Care...
Crime and Safety - Sun-Sentinel?? Each week after??state health inspections in South Florida restaurants are posted here, readers invariably fight amongst themselves??about whether??our government is overreaching into the private sphere by attempting to monitor food safety for the...
Reproductive-rights groups think the morning-after pill, Plan B, should be available to any girl who wants it. They believe teens benefit from avoiding unwanted pregnancies. But some opponents say the drug actually endangers adolescent girls. Shaw...
Tags: Plan B (drug), Drugs and Medicines
Dear Pharmacist: I can't sleep well and have taken Ambien for years. What else do you recommend? — F.T., Bradenton Dear F.T.: If you can't sleep on Ambien, I'd try something different. Another novel sleep drug is coming to the market called...
The Food and Drug Administration announced yesterday it will allow the morning-after pill known as Plan B to be sold over-the-counter to anyone 15 or older. It's a good step, but it falls short of what's needed: making Plan B accessible without an age...
Today, 19 months after her death, we may finally have a good idea of what killed Paula Rojeski. According to a lawsuit and public autopsy records, the causes included her doing business with the 1-800-GET-THIN folks and the slicing of her aorta during...
Question: I'm a Type II diabetic and just can't seem to keep my sugar levels down. Is there anything new out there to help? Answer: Unfortunately, because of the continuing increase in cases of Type II Diabetes, both in the United States and worldwide,...
Democrats claim we have one party that upholds science and one that rejects it. When it comes to climate change, presidential polling, stem cells, evolution and other topics, we are told, Republicans have no use for actual experts. They'd rather listen to...
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