The current rules would create a de-facto ban on products presently available, it says.
Senate Democrats are looking to protect children from accidental gun deaths in their own homes.
Wal-Mart and McDonald's are worried about the threat of antimicrobial resistance.
Report found 27.9 percent of the uninsured smoke even as overall rates drop.
The Food and Drug Administration will allow sales of new smokeless tobacco products.
According to the CDC, more than 1.3 million people have HIV in the United States.
Salmonella was the leading cause of foodborne illnesses from 2010 to 2014.
The healthcare fund for 9/11 first responders expired last month.
The hospitals are accused of implanting cardiac devices before Medicare coverage allows.
More than 40,000 signed a petition ahead of Halloween.
A doctors' group says the egg industry influenced the change.
Critics say the WHO's claims are based on biased studies.
The move follows years of pressure from activists.
The actions are part of nationwide sweep that began in November 2014.
The report calls for more training for prescribers and new federal guidelines.
The smoking ban would apply to lit cigarettes, cigars and pipes inside public housing units.
The International Association of Fire Fighters is asking where the 2016 hopefuls stand.
Republicans and Democrats are looking to roll back the FDA's menu labeling requirements.
Pharmaceutical companies are now facing new guidelines for developing HIV drugs.
Sun Valley Juice Company has been ordered to temporarily cease operations.
The rule requires restaurants and grocery stores to list the calories in menu items.
The no-tobacco-sale order is the first ever issued by the agency.
Jeff Bridges is concerned that a lack of proper nutrition is holding school children back.
A new WHO study also lists red meat as a possible carcinogen.