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Social Media Newsfeed: Facebook Buys Video Ad Platform | Sheryl Sandberg on Moods Study - Posted July 3, 2014
[emailonly]{{{ sbox300x250 }}}[/emailonly]  Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. ... [SocialTimes.com]

FDA Wants Drug Companies To Tweet Dangerous Side Effects - Posted July 2, 2014
The FDA is looking to Twitter for another avenue to educate consumers about the possible dangers of prescription drugs. As the Huffington Post notes, the FDA i... [AllTwitter]

FDA Wants to Help Pharma Brands Get Honest on Social Media - Posted June 18, 2014
FDA Issues Draft Guidances for Industry on Social Media and Internet Communications About Medical Products http://t.co/lV3QZYkDWn -- U.S. FDA (@US_FDA) June 17, 2014 Paging Dr. Oz: the FDA has finally, officially made statements to the effect that the companies selling the sedatives required in order to watch your ... [PRNewser]

FDA Reveals Gender-Based Double Standard in Big Pharma Research - Posted June 10, 2014
Quick poll: Anyone take prescription drugs? Okay, while we count the waving sea of raised arms out there in PR land, the FDA will thank you. Now, for you women out there in that sea, guess what? Big Pharma... [PRNewser]

FDA Tackles Opportunities and Challenges of 3D Printed Medical Devices - Posted June 3, 2014
(PlasticsToday) The potential of 3D printing to transform the medical manufacturing space has not escaped the FDA's attention. The agency has already begun receiving 510(k) premarket notification and premarket approval submissions for devices in which the technology is used. There have been some famous instances, such ... [Inside 3D Printing News]

FDA to Hold Meeting to Discuss Regulation and Medical Use of 3D Printing - Posted May 19, 2014
(RegulatoryFocus) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced plans to hold a meeting to discuss the future of regulating medical products made using 3D printing techniques. The upcoming workshop will take place on October 8 and 9, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The... [Inside 3D Printing News]

Nudged by Social Media, Martin's Breads Removes Controversial "Yoga Mat" Additive - Posted March 17, 2014
Few consumers knew exactly what Azodicarbonamide was before food blogger Vani Hari of foodbabe.com campaigned Subway Sandwich Shops to remove the controversial "yoga mat" chemical and food additive from their breads. ... [TVSpy]

Opportunities for SMEs in Orthopedic Market - Posted January 15, 2014
(Medical Developments) More opportunities will be created for medical device SMEs in the 3D printing space following last year's US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the first 3D printed orthopedic implant - a patient-specific cranial device manufactured in the US. Linda Tian, MSc, GlobalData's analyst covering Orthopedi... [Bitcoins Insider]

Opportunities for SMEs in Orthopedic Market - Posted January 15, 2014
(Medical Developments) More opportunities will be created for medical device SMEs in the 3D printing space following last year's US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the first 3D printed orthopedic implant - a patient-specific cranial device manufactured in the US. Linda Tian, MSc, GlobalData's analyst covering Orthopedi... [Inside 3D Printing News]

PR Win: Chobani Contains 'Contaminated Yogurt' Story - Posted September 6, 2013
This morning brings a good example of a food brand nipping a potential PR disaster in the bud via social media: Greek-style yogurt giant Chobani had to recall all cups made at its Idaho plant due to mold contamination. Unfortunately, the company has received multiple reports of "bloated cups, odd-tasting yogurt,... [PRNewser]

3D Printed Medical Devices Will Spark FDA Evaluation - Posted September 6, 2013
(Fox News) The FDA currently treats 3D printed devices the same way it treats conventionally made medical devices. "We evaluate all devices, including any that utilize 3D printing technology, for safety and effectiveness, and appropriate benefit and risk determination, regardless of the manufacturing technologies used," an FDA spokesperson s... [Inside 3D Printing News]

3D Printing a Focus in the FDA's Regulatory Science - Posted August 23, 2013
(FDA Voice) The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is using 3D Printing to expand their research efforts and expand the agency's capabilities to review innovative medical products. In fact, 3D printing is fast becoming a focus in the FDA's practice of regulatory science--that is, the science of developing new tools,... [Inside 3D Printing News]

With New FDA Rules, Gluten-Free Actually Means No Gluten (Mostly) - Posted August 5, 2013
New FDA rules now say that food marked "gluten-free" can't have levels of gluten that exceed 20 parts gluten per million parts of food. In addition, these foods can't contain rye, barley, wheat, or any crossbreeds of those items. According to ... [PRNewser]

Naked Juice Bares All in False Advertising Settlement - Posted July 26, 2013
Today in Put Your Clothes Back On news: we can add Naked Juice to the quickly growing line of foodstuff brands settling class-action lawsuits over deceptiv... [PRNewser]

Deceptive Sunscreen Marketing Gets FDA Attention - Posted May 23, 2013
As Memorial Day Weekend approaches, you'll likely find yourself standing in the sunblock isle of your local pharmacy in preparation for barbecues, patio parties and picnics. But how do you choose the product that's best for you and your family? If you usually feel lost in a sea of SPF numbers... [PRNewser]

Update: 'Wrigley' Pulls 'Alert' Caffeinated Gum in Light of FDA Concerns - Posted May 9, 2013
We told you on Monday about the FDA's investigation into foods with added caffeine, the organization's main conc... [PRNewser]

Marketed to Adults, but Hurting Kids? FDA Launches Investigation Into Foods With Added Caffeine - Posted May 6, 2013
Once upon a time, when a person needed a morning jump-start or a midday pick-me-up, they reached for a cup of coffee. These days, though, coffee has some serious competition; weary folks can now choose from an array of amped-up foodstuffs, including gum, concent... [PRNewser]

Clinical Studies And The Road To Linked Data - Posted February 11, 2013
Clinical studies aren't what they used to be. In the past, the process was one-off: You conducted a study, gathered a lot of data, analyzed it, wrote a report, and submitted it to the authorities. But, says long-time Linked Data advocate Kerstin Forsberg, an information architect at AstraZeneca, that's all changed... [AllTwitter]

Clinical Studies And The Road To Linked Data - Posted February 11, 2013
Clinical studies aren't what they used to be. In the past, the process was one-off: You conducted a study, gathered a lot of data, analyzed it, wrote a report, and submitted it to the authorities. But, says long-time Linked Data advocate Kerstin Forsberg, an information architect at AstraZeneca, that's all changed... [semanticweb.com]

Frankenfish: The GMO PR Wars Continue - Posted December 5, 2012
The PR battle over genetically modified food (and how/whether it should be labeled) just got fishier. AquaBounty Technologies (ABT), a biotechnology company in Massachusetts, has developed a fish ca... [PRNewser]

Bad PR: FDA Cites 5-Hour Energy in 13 Deaths - Posted November 15, 2012
It's tough to peddle caffeine these days unless you brew coffee, isn't it? Today brought controversy over "Jack'd Cracker Jacks" while last month saw the FDA ... [PRNewser]

PR Kerfuffle Over Caffeinated 'Cracker Jacks' - Posted November 15, 2012
Fans of Cracker Jacks will soon find something other than temporary tattoos, cheap trinkets and miniature games hidden in their sweet and salty treat bags: a jolt of caffeine. Not thrilled with the idea of your little tikes loading up on "jacked up" cracker jacks and bouncing off th... [PRNewser]

GMO Labeling Wars: Big Agriculture and Chemical Companies Win the Day - Posted November 7, 2012
The U.S. remains one of only a few developed countries that do not require genetically engineered foods to be clearly labeled. In fact, roughly 80 percent of our processed foods contain GMO ingre... [PRNewser]

PR Nightmare: Teen Deaths Tied to Monster Energy Drink - Posted October 26, 2012
We never thought an "energy drink" could have a poorer public reception than Four Loko, but Monster appears to have landed in an even deeper ditch--and its products don't even contain alcoh... [PRNewser]

Spin the Agencies of Record - Posted September 27, 2012
Hyundai's dedicated shop, Innocean, has secured its first non-auto client in the U.S. ... [AgencySpy]

Spin the Agencies of Record - Posted September 27, 2012
Hyundai's dedicated shop, Innocean, has secured its first non-auto client in the U.S. ... [PRNewser]

Dovel Technologies Announces MyFoodAlerts.com - Posted July 18, 2011
Dovel Technologies recently announced "the launch of MyFoodAlerts.com, an application that pulls data from multiple sources, currently including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the U.S. Department ... [semanticweb.com]

Pharma Marketers: FDA Taking Too Long Developing Social Media Guidelines - Posted November 20, 2009
The FDA held public hearings just last week to discuss establishing guidelines for pharmaceutical marketers operating in the new world of social media. Already some are complaining that the process is taking too long. ... [PRNewser]

Ogilvy's John Bell: FDA Social Media Guidelines Will "Basically Follow Same Process" As FTC Blogging Guidelines - Posted November 13, 2009
John Bell, President of the Board of Word of Mouth Marketing Association and Managing Director, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, was one of the last presenters today at the FDA's ... [PRNewser]

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