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Truck Driver in Fatal Accident Had License Suspended in Two States

06/14/2007
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A recent Maryland truck accident dramatically highlights not only the deadly consequences of poor enforcement of Federal truck safety standards, but trucking companies’ ho-hum attitudes toward compliance with these standards. It seems that an accident in Prince Georges County, Maryland that killed one man and injured two others was caused […]

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Chinese Toothpaste Recall

06/12/2007
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The FDA has recalled several brands of toothpaste, manufactured in China, after finding a poisonous substance in them. The poisonous substance is Diethylenme glycol. The brands involved are: Manufacturer: Goldcredit International Enterprises LTD Products: • Cooldent Fluoride • Cooldent ICE • Cooldent Spearmint • Dr Cool Toothpaste • Everfresh Toohpaste […]

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Big Tobacco Targeted Women, Teens, and…Minorities

06/7/2007
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Noted Miami attorney, J.B. Harris, has fired a new volley over the bow of Big Tobacco’s massive armada. We know that Big Tobacco has made a habit of targeting certain groups of people for whom they thought a marketing campaign could be advantageous. We remember the ads targeted towards women […]

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AMO Recalls Lens Solution Linked to Acanthamoeba Infections

06/5/2007
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On May 25, AMO (Advanced Medical Optics) announced a recall of their “No Rub” solution, Complete® MoisturePlus ™ Multipurpose Solution. Although the company stands by its product and casts the blame on contact lens wearers who “improperly store, disinfect or handle” their contact lenses, the CDC forced them to recall […]

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