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To Tort Reformers: I Propose a New Road to Justice

02/4/2011
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I propose we overhaul the criminal justice system in the United States. We can save billions, possibly trillions, of dollars by simply instituting a new way of handling the criminal process: YOU are now presumed guilty of any crime with which you are charged until YOU prove yourself innocent. In […]

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Are Bath Salts Dangerous?

01/24/2011
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Can bath salts cause severe brain damage? Can bath salts cause severe psychotic episodes? Can bath salts kill you? Not the type of warnings you will find on “bath salts” or, for that matter, the types of warnings I would have ever imagined appearing on bath salts. But, these are […]

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The "Organic" Label Does Not Always Mean Humane

01/11/2011
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A new study released by The Cornucopia Institute, an advocate for family farming, found that most of the common organic and cage-free eggs we purchase at our grocery stores are from chickens that are produced in an industrial-scale setting where no outdoor access is granted for the chickens and most […]

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Happiest of Holidays to All

12/22/2010
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To our clients, friends and colleagues — we send our sincerest and heartfelt wishes for a wonderful holiday season. It is our hope that everyone will have an enjoyable holiday and the opportunity to be with family and loved ones. This is a time of year we are given an […]

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Recalled Hip Replacement Device — ASR by Johnson & Johnson

12/21/2010
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The Depuy hip replacement device, the Articular Surface Replacement, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson has been recalled. But, wasn’t it approved by the Food & Drug Administration? Yes, it was approved based on representations by the manufacturer of its safety. The discussion with the FDA about new devices often goes […]

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Should Manufacturers Be Permitted to Influence Endorsements?

12/21/2010
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In 2006, Stanford University took a tough and unpopular stand with its medical school professors. They banned what might be characterized as “payola”. Stanford put a stop to free lunches, trinkets with drug company names inscribed and have now barred professors from giving paid promotional speeches for pharmaceutical companies. This […]

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My Identity is Gone — Stealing in the New Age

12/16/2010
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What are the sources for the highest amount of identity theft? Is identity theft really as a big a problem as publicized? Doesn’t identity theft happen to other people? I found interesting and startling information at “McAfee Identity Protection” – a counter identity theft company. We hear about people’s identities […]

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