FDA Releases New Black Box Warning Updates on 13 Drugs

Last month, a list of 13 medications received new black boxed warning changes, according to the FDA’s Drug Safety-Related Labeling Changes page.   Since the 1970s, the FDA has regularly issued these “boxed warnings” (also called “black box warnings” due to how the warnings appear in certain labeling documentation) as a means to communicate strong advisoryContinue reading “FDA Releases New Black Box Warning Updates on 13 Drugs”

Routine Updates to Drug Labeling Still Cause For Concern

What some consumers may not realize is that the FDA releases approved safety-related labeling changes through their website on a regular basis. As a matter of fact, this month there were changes to over 50 different medications. It should go without saying, but updates to our drug labels are incredibly important. These updates provide healthcareContinue reading “Routine Updates to Drug Labeling Still Cause For Concern”