Researchers say the findings of a recent mouse study suggest a causal connection between household insecticides and an increased risk of neurodevelopmental disorders like autism.
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The FDA has revoked an emergency order allowing the use of hydroxychloroquine, saying the safety problems and lack of tangible benefits make it ill-suited for a COVID-19 treatment.
The FDA urges consumers not to self-medicate against coronavirus using hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine, saying they are as yet untested and may cause serious health risks.
A new study indicates that Zithromax failed to help African children avoid hospitalization or death from malaria.
Army Special Forces units have been ordered to stop taking the antimalarial drug mefloquine due to the potential for long-lasting neurological and psychological side effects.
The FDA is warning that the antimalarial drug mefloquine can cause neurological side effects that could become permanent
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The new federal judge overseeing all talcum powder lawsuits has called for a Science Day to educate the court ahead of planned Daubert hearings which could decide if bellwether test trials can move forward.
Plaintiffs filing Tepezza hearing loss lawsuits claim Horizon Therapeutics, the manufacturer, knew for years that the thyroid eye disease was linked to widespread reports of hearing problems.
The U.S. government has outlined requirements for qualifying for Camp Lejeune elective option settlement offers.