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Author: Brenda Fulmer

Do Medications Sometimes Do More Harm Than Good?

08/18/2010
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Every day on TV, we are bombarded with advertisements urging us to purchase numerous prescription and over-the-counter drugs that will cure everything that ails us (and even cure diseases and conditions unknown or non-existent prior to drug company marketing efforts). Do these medications really work? Do they cause more harm […]

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Yamaha Not Expected to Rollover Like Their Rhino

07/22/2010
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Utility vehicles are used in many rural and suburban areas for transportation and recreation, with families trusting manufacturers to keep their loved ones safe while riding on these devices. However, there are currently several hundred individual lawsuits pending against manufacturer Yamaha for their Rhino ATV product that is the “poster […]

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FDA Concerned About Cancer Risks of Hypertension Drugs

07/16/2010
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The FDA announced yesterday, July 15, 2010, that a class of drugs known as ARBs (Angiotensin-receptor blockers) is being reviewed after a recent study found an increased risk of cancer associated with their use. ARBs (Angiotensin-receptor blockers) are regularly prescribed for the treatment of hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetic nephropathy […]

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The SPILL Act- Compensating Oil Rig Workers’ Families

06/23/2010
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Amidst concerns that the families of those killed in the April 20 Deepwater Horizon explosion would not be able to recover financially for their losses, Rep. John Conyers (MI) and Rep. Charlie Melancon (LA) have introduced HR 5503, the Securing Protections for the Injured from Limitations on Liability Act, or […]

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Gulf Oil Spill, Day 44. Many Questions, Few Answers

06/4/2010
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The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) held a conference call today where concerned citizens across the country listened and asked important questions regarding the ongoing Gulf Oil Spill crisis. Many individuals asked questions regarding their particular affected field. Physicians, paramedics, and nurses asked the CDC how they should […]

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Zicam Litigation Heats Up

04/9/2010
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Multidistrict litigation proceedings against Matrixx Initiatives, Inc., the manufacturer of the over-the-counter cold product Zicam, are heating up. This is a process known as multidistrict litigation (or an MDL) and is often utilized in mass tort cases where a number of claimants have been injured in a similar fashion by […]

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