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The EPA's proposed rule on asbestos may make it possible for new uses of asbestos to escape assessment exposing more Americans to this known carcinogen.
The idea that dental anesthesia is somehow different than anesthesia for any other type of procedure is just not true. So why are safety standards lower?
MyPatientRights.org channels patients' complaints through state's regulatory agencies, informing them about problems faced in their state's healthcare system.
The process of setting drug expiration dates takes into account not just biochemistry, but also profits. How much could be saved by extending the dates just 10%?
The FDA drug approval process is not a straight path from evaluation to regulation. Instead, it follows a cyclical path of proposal, modification, and re-proposal until, finally, they reach a decision on the product and create regulations.
The story of WellDoc contains important lessons for digital health entrepreneurs who hope to create a sustainable business.
Pat Salber (@docweighsin) interviews Stephen Marsh, CEO of Airing, about TDWI readers' questions and concerns regarding the company's micro-CPAP product.
The first-ever government warning that a medical device was vulnerable to hacking was for an insulin pump that could deliver a fatal dose of the medication.
Validic enables the transfer of patient-generated digital data from a variety of devices so that developers can incorporate that data into their solutions.
Legal expert Michael H. Cohen explains whether or not a mobile medical app (MMA) needs to be regulated
The technology of existing stethoscopes has been around for >200 years. Eko Core's digital technology brings this key diagnostic tool into the 21st century.
Rima Laibow's Natural Solutions Foundation has recently been issued a warning letter from the FDA about their claims that Nano Silver can cure Ebola
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