Researchers find nearly 800 'supplements' in FDA database identified as tainted with drug ingredients Oct 15, 2018 Through an analysis of an FDA database, researchers from California have identified nearly 800 products marketed as supplements but adulterated with unapproved pharmaceutical ingredients. The study prompted critics of... FDA warns drug manufacturer marketing CBD products Aug 23, 2018 The July 31 warning letter reflects FDA's continuing concern over the marketing of CBD products—including supplements—to treat diseases like cancer and schizophrenia without agency drug approval. FDA approves CBD medicine, signals enforcement priorities against unapproved products Jun 26, 2018 FDA has approved a cannabidiol-based drug derived from marijuana. Its top official said the agency remains concerned over claims that unapproved CBD products can cure or treat diseases like cancer. In a blow to CBD, DEA beats back hemp in court—on a technicality May 04, 2018 An appeals court dismisses a petition challenging the DEA’s marijuana extract rule. Hemp Farming Act of 2018 introduced in U.S. Senate Apr 13, 2018 Supporters call new hemp legislation a “dream wish list” for all things cannabis. Judge dismisses FTC lawsuit on Quincy Bioscience’s memory supplement Prevagen Oct 04, 2017 Heavily promoted in TV ads, Prevagen's makers claimed a jellyfish protein could improve memory, but the FTC and many in the industry questioned the science. Bill could make multivitamins eligible for food stamp purchases Aug 05, 2017 SNAP program authorization has long been a goal for industry trade groups. Congresswoman from Utah steps up as co-chair of dietary supplement caucus Aug 03, 2017 Mia Love replaces Jason Chaffetz, who retired from Congress in June. State officials have the industry on their agenda Jun 21, 2017 With Washington trapped in political paralysis, state lawmakers may be a bigger threat than federal regulators.