The rules also include new safety standards for produce grown on American farms. Some take effect in a year.
Experts pointed out that far more work had been done to fight obesity in children.
Far-reaching food industry rules aimed at reducing food-borne illness in the United States have become final, the federal government announced.
Trans fats - a major contributor to heart disease in the United States - have already been substantially reduced in foods, but they still lurk in many popular products, including frostings, microwave popcorn, packaged pies, frozen pizzas, margarines and coffee creamers.
According to a new study, the global diabetes rate has risen by nearly half over the past two decades.
In 2014, there were 24,400 injuries associated with treadmills in emergency departments across the country, said the commission, a federal agency based in Bethesda.
The plan calls for "enhanced summary reports on the sale of distribution and antibiotics" used in food animals but without spelling out how that would be done.
Six Americans die from alcohol poisoning daily on average, and mortality rates are highest among middle-aged men, federal health authorities reported Tuesday.
The Food and Drug Administration will announce sweeping rules Tuesday that will require chain restaurants, movie theaters and pizza parlors across the country to post calorie counts on their menus. Health experts said the new requirements would help combat...