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Watch the Tuesday, August 24 edition of the CBN Newschannel's Morning News with Efrem Graham and Charlene Israel. Top Stories -- Federal Judge Blocks Stem Cell Guidelines, FDA Seeks Source of Salmonella Outbreak, and more.
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Friday, June 18, the top headlines from CBN News include -- BP Chief Says He Wasn't in Loop, Enraging Lawmakers; Ella One Pill Ruled Safe by FDA Panel, and more.
Despite assurances from the seafood industry, consumers are a bit worried about the safety of fish.
A tall glass of milk may not be as safe as you think it is. CBN News Science & Medical Reporter Gailon Totheroh investigates why rBGH is being banned.
As we learn more about MSG's impact - on obesity, the brain, the heart and even cancer - consumers wonder what to do. Gailon Totheroh helps guide us through what foods we should avoid.
Watch CBN News with Lee Webb. Top Stories: Baucus Unveils Health Bill Without GOP Support, Swine Flu Vaccine Ok'd by FDA and more.
He was king of the rodeo, but a rare medical condition almost took him out. That was when Stran realized what really matters.
CBN News with Wendy Griffith. Top Stories: Attack on the Holocaust Museum, Netanyahu Addresses Israel, Iranian Elections, Tobacco Regulation by FDA and other top stories.
On Wednesday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith: Cain campaigns amid allegations, Bank of America gives up its debit card fees, dairy farmers protest the FDA, and more.
With pain killers becoming the second most abused drug behind marijuana, ‘drug store’ robberies are up 81 percent, a problem that mirrors America's growing drug addiction.
Watch the June 21 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Mark Martin. Top Stories -- Troop Withdrawal Set as Afghan War Progress Murky, FDA Issues Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels, and more.
Watch the June 15 edition of CBN News Channel's Midday News with Mark Martin and Lorie Johnson. Top Stories -- FDA Issues New Sunscreen Guidelines, Wis. High Court Upholds Controversial Union Law, and more.
A new procedure, known as "telemed," allows abortion providers to connect with patients without ever seeing them in person. Some question just how safe the practice is.
Smoke-Free Obama Scolds Tobacco Companies
Raw Milk Advocates take Fight to FDA Doorstep
Listeria Cantaloupe Outbreak Deadliest in a Decade
Cantaloupe Farm 'Devastated' by Listeria Outbreak
Report: Peyton Manning Had Stem Cell Therapy