Food and Drug Administration recommends getting rid of them.
A recommendation St. Louis Children’s Hospital had already taken to heart.
Missouri will receive $1.9 million and Illinois will receive $20 million under the$1.6 billion dollar settlement.
Four works better than three. That’s the bottom line of new flu vaccine research out of St. Louis University.
Says new law would help prevent and trace the source of outbreaks
The State Lab is testing or has tested 51 samples from individuals suspected to have the illness. So far 26 individuals have laboratory-confirmed E. coli illness.
The outbreak killed 25 people in a dozen states, including two in Missouri.
“Anytime there is a contaminated food product, we are concerned and take steps so that it’s removed from shelves as quickly as possible and to notify consumers.”
Because they are marketed as dietary supplements, they don’t require FDA approval.
The FDA can’t ban nicotine or tobacco, but can limit what goes into products.