FDA Infant Formula Update: June 27, 2022

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Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is providing an update on additional steps it has taken that will lead to more infant formula available in the U.S. under the agency’s recent increased flexibilities. Company: Bellamy’s Organic (Australia) Product(s): Bellamy’s Organic Organic Infant Formula Step 1 (0-6 months) and Bellamy’s Organic Organic Follow-On Formula Step 2 (6-12 months) Type of Formula: General Estimated Quantity: 696,000…

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US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate Has Endorsed the Lawyers at Danziger & De Llano to Be the Go-to Team for a Navy Submarine Veteran with Mesothelioma-Compensation Might Be Millions of Dollars

WASHINGTON /PRNewswire/ — The US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate is the best branded source in the nation for Navy Veterans who have developed mesothelioma and their primary goal is to ensure a person like this receives the best possible compensation results-especially if they served on a submarine. To ensure the best mesothelioma compensation results happen for a Navy Submarine Veteran the Advocate has…

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How to Raise Kind and Caring Children

(Family Features) At some point, many parents will likely find themselves encouraging their children to “be kind” or “be friendly.” While they lead with the best of intentions, nearly all parents will worry about whether their child is kind to others when adults are not around. “We often encourage children to be friends with everyone, but that’s unrealistic,” said Carter…

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FDA Releases Action Plan for Rare Neurodegenerative Diseases, Including ALS

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Five-Year Plan Fulfills a Requirement of the Accelerating Access to Critical Therapies for ALS Act Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration unveiled its Action Plan for Rare Neurodegenerative Diseases including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) â€“ a five-year strategy for improving and extending the lives of people living with rare neurodegenerative diseases by advancing the development of safe and effective medical products…

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FDA Denies Authorization to Market JUUL Products

Currently Marketed JUUL Products Must Be Removed from the US Market Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued marketing denial orders (MDOs) to JUUL Labs Inc. for all of their products currently marketed in the United States. As a result, the company must stop selling and distributing these products. In addition, those currently on the U.S. market must be removed, or…

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5 Dreamy Honeymoon Destinations

(Family Features) Wedding season is in full swing as many lovebirds resume their wedding and honeymoon plans coming out of two years of pandemic restrictions. With an estimated 4.7 million weddings expected to take place in 2022 and 2023, according to The Wedding Report, newlyweds are eager to celebrate their special nuptials with once-in-a-lifetime trips. In fact, according to a…

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6 Tips to Mitigate Mental Health Risks for Youth

(Family Features) Today’s kids are experiencing unprecedented levels of stress and anxiety at home, school and in their communities. The COVID-19 pandemic, which affected kids in all those places, only exacerbated the problem. The surgeon general issued an Advisory on Youth Mental Health Crisis to highlight the urgent need to address the growing concern. “It is normal for children to…

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FDA Announces Plans for Proposed Rule to Reduce Addictiveness of Cigarettes and Other Combusted Tobacco Products

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Potential Rule Would Propose to Establish a Maximum Level of Nicotine in Cigarettes with the Goal of Reducing Youth Use, Addiction and Death Today, the Biden-Harris Administration published plans for future potential regulatory actions that include the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s plans to develop a proposed product standard that would establish a maximum nicotine level to reduce the addictiveness of cigarettes…

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Baby Formula Shortage, Addressing Inequitable Policy Approaches

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The formula shortage points to the urgency of addressing flawed and inequitable policy approaches to infant feeding in the US – a major public health issue, says Johns Hopkins School of Nursing associate professor, CecĂ­lia Tomori. “When egregious safety violations were revealed at Abbott’s Sturgis plant, leading to temporary shutdown of production, it was disproportionately poor families and racialized minorities who…

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