Johnson & Johnson pay a hefty $72 million in Ovarian Cancer case

Johnson & Johnson pay a hefty $72 million in Ovarian Cancer case

  Do you recall Johnson & Johnson’s Talcum baby powder? Well sources tell us that the long time feminine hygienic product is carcinogenic. Jacqueline Fox, a resident of Birmingham, Alabama…

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Lawsuits charge Eli Lilly with misleading consumers about Cymbalta withdrawal effects

Lawsuits charge Eli Lilly with misleading consumers about Cymbalta withdrawal effects

Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Company is facing a growing number of lawsuits charging the company with misleading patients about the risk and severity of the withdrawal effects of its…

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Canadian Drug Regulator Issues Warning About the Diabetic Drug ACTOS

Canadian Drug Regulator Issues Warning About the Diabetic Drug ACTOS

Health Canada in conjunction with Takeda Canada Inc., manufacturer of the drug actos, issued a safety advisory yesterday in Toronto, stating that taking the anti-diabetic medication may increase a patient’s…

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Baum Hedlund Files Federal Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit On Behalf Of Virginia Couple

Baum Hedlund Files Federal Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit On Behalf Of Virginia Couple

Lafayette, Louisiana, March 21, 2012 – – Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman filed an Actos lawsuit today against Japanese-based Takeda Pharmaceuticals and its subsidiaries and Eli Lilly and Company, on…

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Takeda Hid Actos Bladder Cancer Risks, Whistleblower Case Says

Takeda Hid Actos Bladder Cancer Risks, Whistleblower Case Says

The U.S. District Judge F. Dennis Saylor issued an order to unseal a whistleblower case by a former Takeda Pharmaceuticals medical reviewer involving the failure to report bladder cancer and…

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More Evidence Links Tanning Beds to Skin Cancer, Says Study

More Evidence Links Tanning Beds to Skin Cancer, Says Study

According to a recent study by a team at Harvard Medical School, women who use tanning beds have an increased risk of deadly skin cancer. The study findings add to…

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Baum Hedlund Files Three Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuits in Los Angeles

Baum Hedlund Files Three Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuits in Los Angeles

Three Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuits in Los Angeles FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : Los Angeles, California, December 29, 2011 – – Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman, P.C. (www.baumhedlundlaw.com) has filed three…

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EPA Finds Potential Link between “Fracking” and Well Water Contamination

EPA Finds Potential Link between “Fracking” and Well Water Contamination

Pavilion, Wyoming located about 230 miles northeast of Salt Lake city is a small community surrounded by a natural gas well field, (up to 150 wells), owned and operated by…

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Reason Magazine Perpetuates False Information About Safety and Efficacy of Antidepressants

Reason Magazine Perpetuates False Information About Safety and Efficacy of Antidepressants

The September 27, 2011 edition of Reason Magazine reported on a “new working paper” from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), suggesting that the FDA’s 2005 black box warnings…

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CooperVision`s Avaira Toric Contact Lens Causing Vision Problems

CooperVision`s Avaira Toric Contact Lens Causing Vision Problems

Amid growing reports of eye problems ranging from blurry vision to torn corneas, federal health officials are threatening to issue a public warning about recalled contact lenses manufactured by CooperVision…

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New Research Shows Strong Link Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Onset of Dementia

New Research Shows Strong Link Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Onset of Dementia

New research presented in July at the Alzheimer’s Association® International Conference 2011 (AAIC 2011) in Paris, France, reports that older war veterans who experience traumatic brain injury show a more…

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FDA Issues Yet Another Warning over Celexa Use

FDA Issues Yet Another Warning over Celexa Use

The FDA has issued a drug safety alert for the antidepressant Celexa (citalopram hydrobromide, also available as a generic), reducing the recommended maximum daily dosage to 40 mg/day. The alert…

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Scientist dies days before winning Nobel prize; Receives Noble Posthumous

Scientist dies days before winning Nobel prize; Receives Noble Posthumous

The Nobel prize for medicine , to be shared by three researchers, was announced on Monday, American Bruce Beutler and French scientist Jules Hoffmann shared the 10 million-kronor ($1.5 million)…

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Listeria outbreak kills 13 people in US

Listeria outbreak kills 13 people in US

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention traced the listeria outbreak to cantaloupes grown at Jensen Farms in Granada, Colorado, after finding Listeria monocytogenes in a sample from there.  The…

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Online Gamers Solve AIDS Protein Puzzle

Online Gamers Solve AIDS Protein Puzzle

Online gamers of a video game called Foldit have helped researchers discover the structure of an protein-cutting enzyme produced by an AIDS-like virus found in monkeys. The discovery may lead…

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U.S. Census Bureau: Record Number of Americans Living in Poverty

U.S. Census Bureau: Record Number of Americans Living in Poverty

About 46.2 million Americans lived in poverty last year, marking an increase of 2.6 million over 2009 and the fourth consecutive annual increase in the poverty rate. Inflation-adjusted median household…

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