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Topamax and Pregnancy

07/19/2011
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Topamax, is the antiepileptic drug that has been shown to cause oral clefts in infants whose mothers took the drug while pregnant and may actually increase a woman’s chance of becoming pregnant. According to Topamax’s label, the drug may reduce the effectiveness of oral contraceptives.  Topamax use can lead to […]

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A Prescription for Dangerous Driving

07/8/2011
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According to a recent study, drivers taking certain types of prescription drugs are more likely to be involved in a traffic accident. The study, which was published in the online medical journal PLoS Medicine, was conducted in France where medical experts classify all prescription medications into one of four levels […]

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SCOTUS, Walmart and Discrimination

06/28/2011
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What happened? 1.5 million current and former female Wal-Mart employees alleged Wal-Mart discriminated against them in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  They said that local managers disproportionately exercised their discretion over pay and promotions in favor of men, which was unlawful.  The employees were […]

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Generic Drug Makers — Profit Without Responsibility

06/27/2011
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Gladys Mensing took metoclopramide, the generic form of Reglan, a nausea medication that was marketed and prescribed off-label for the treatment of reflux disease and other chronic conditions.  Unfortunately, use of metoclopramide or Reglan for more than a few months can cause patients, like Gladys Mensing, to develop severe and […]

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Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella — New Studies Confirm Old Concerns

05/31/2011
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According to new studies, the latest generation of birth control pills, including Yaz, Yasmin, and Ocella, put women at a higher risk of blood clots than other types of birth control pills.  These fourth-generation birth control pills carry a two-to-three times greater risk of venous thrombosis, also known as blood […]

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What Risks of Ibuprofen Should Have Been Disclosed?

05/25/2011
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On May 20, 2011, a jury ruled that Johnson & Johnson’s McNeil Consumer Products, the producer of Motrin, must pay damages of $10 million to the family of a 13-year-old who suffered severe injuries resulting from Stevens Johnson Syndrome after taking Children’s Motrin. After taking Children’s Motrin to treat a […]

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