The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced a new proposal for the first-ever side impact testing for child restraint systems.
In 2002, regulations went into effect requiring car manufacturers to be equipped with the LATCH system for child car seats
The Food and Drug administration recently announced that it will investigate the diabetes drug, Saxagliptin to determine if patients have an increased risk of heart failure while using the drug.
On February 4, 2014, the New York Times published an editorial indicating that drugs used to treat a medical condition known as “low T” are possibly being oversold in the U.S.
The results of a recent study published in PLoS ONE found that in “older men, and in younger men with pre-existing diagnosed heart disease, the risk of MI [myocardial infarction] following initiation of [testosterone therapy] prescription is substantially increased.”