Posts Tagged: Food and Drug Administration

Coming to Labels Soon: What Chemicals Are in Cigarettes

Tobacco companies must display the concentration of 20 cancer- causing chemicals in cigarettes on warning labels beginning this June, according to a new requirement enacted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This is the agency’s latest step to make the toxicity of cigarettes more transparent. While there are more than 7,000 chemicals in cigarettes,… Read more »

Lead in Lipstick Should Worry the FDA—and You, Too

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a report that it found lead in hundreds of shades of popular brands of lipstick found everywhere from drugstores to department stores. The agency said that the lead levels it found pose no health risk. However, this claim flies in the face of scientific consensus that there… Read more »