DRYPro is launching a sealable, waterproof cast protector.
GNC on Monday announced an agreement with the New York Attorney General's office affirming that all of the products called into question by the office were actually in full compliance with cGMPs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday launched its 2015 “Tips From Former Smokers” campaign.
Kentucky last week became the seventh state to restrict DXM sales to adults.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition on Thursday called on its members not to market powdered pure caffeine to consumers in support of FDA efforts.
The Emerson Group added two OTC veterans from Novartis and Bayer to its executive leadership team.
Pursuant Health (formerly SoloHealth) on Thursday partnered with Cleveland Clinic Wellness Enterprise on a new health-and-wellness platform.
Retailers are failing to meet shopper expectations when it comes to providing a comparable experience across in-store, online and mobile channels.
CRN announced Wednesday that it will host a webinar addressing issues raised by the New York Attorney General's office around how dietary supplements are tested to verify their ingredients.
Zewa launches a suite of products to help track and report health statistics for patients, including a blood pressure monitor, a weight scale and an activity tracker along with a health app to capture and store the data.
Reckitt Benckiser's Durex brand launches app to help couples connect.
Nutramax Laboratories Consumer Care plans to collect and present recent research on glucosamine/chondroitin in an effort to improve professional recommendations.
A JAMA study found that while vitamin D supplementation helped maintain bone density, it did not decrease risk of fall in elderly women.
New Zarbee's Naturals Target-exclusive line of natural baby vitamins and supplements for infants and toddlers to be featured in retailer's Made to Matter merchandising set.
Childbearing women looking to supplement their health with a multivitamin will now find a familiar brand name in the vitamin aisle.
The Food and Drug Administration last week warned consumers against using homeoapthic asthma remedies.
Acura Pharmaceutical's Nexafed extended release demonstrated bioequivalence to Sudafed 12-hour tablets.
Recent research found that vitamin D supplements impede the progression of low-grade prostate tumors.
Featuring professional athletes and top yoga instructors, Gaiam introduced its new series of Athletic Yoga programming digitally and on DVD.
Google and Intel announced a new partnership with luxury watch manufacturer TAG Heuer to develop a Swiss smartwatch.
Omron Healthcare on Wednesday launched the Alvita Wireless Activity Tracker, a new fitness tracking tool that can be coupled with the company's blood pressure monitor.
Walgreens Boots Alliance and WebMD are scheduled to speak at this year's Lions Health conference.
Amazon.com on Thursday extended one-hour delivery to Baltimore and Miami markets.
In-store clinics, dieticians, pharmacists and even health-savvy chefs are making supermarkets go-to destinations for health care.
In a letter to the Senate, the Food and Drug Administration acknowledged that DNA barcoding is not routinely used to identify botanical ingredients.