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Study Suggests Zofran May Be Linked to Two Deaths

Study Suggests Zofran May Be Linked to Two Deaths March 3, 2015. By Heidi Turner.
Pittsburgh, PA: A new study suggests that Zofran side effects may be fatal for some children. The study examines two children who were given Zofran and later died. Meanwhile, concerns are still being raised about the possibility of a link between Zofran and birth defects. Lawsuits have been filed against the makers of Zofran, alleging children were harmed by the use of the anti-nausea medication.
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“Transvaginal Mesh Ended My Sexual Life”

“Transvaginal Mesh Ended My Sexual Life” March 3, 2015. By Jane Mundy.
Winnipeg, MB: “My primary goal in filing a transvaginal mesh lawsuit is to get the message out to other women,” says Fran. “The mesh manufacturers should never have been allowed to put this defective device on the market.”
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Woman Files Lawsuit Against the Makers of the Fluoroquinolone Avelox

Woman Files Lawsuit Against the Makers of the Fluoroquinolone Avelox March 3, 2015. By Lucy Campbell.
Los Angeles, CA: Bayer and Merck are facing a product liability lawsuit filed by a woman from Nebraska who alleges she developed peripheral neuropathy while on the popular antibiotic Avelox.
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Viagra Melanoma: The Long Road to Concern

Viagra Melanoma: The Long Road to Concern March 3, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Washington, DC: It’s a given that all drugs, regardless of stripe or indication, come saddled with side effects. Sometimes it’s a possibility, other times a probability. And sometimes the risk starts small, then grows. This appears to be the case with Viagra Skin Cancer Diagnosis, where concern started small four years ago, only to have risen over time.
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All Eyes on Pao v. Kleiner et al in California Labor Lawsuit

All Eyes on Pao v. Kleiner et al in California Labor Lawsuit March 2, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Sacramento, CA: One would think that in this day and age the equality gap in terms of remuneration, opportunity and civil deportment between the sexes would be continuing to narrow. Many would go so far as to suggest that any inequality, of any degree and depth, has no place in modern society. Sadly, that does not appear to be the case. Even basic labor and discrimination tenets governed by California labor law continue to be challenged in the workplace through misplaced and sometimes juvenile behaviors.
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Feed Your Body with Food, Not Herbal Supplements

Feed Your Body with Food, Not Herbal Supplements March 1, 2015. By Jane Mundy.
New York, NY: Most everyone over 40 remembers Jefferson Airplane’s famous song, “White Rabbit.” Grace Slick, the writer and singer, said the song was intended to be a wake-up call to parents who read their children novels such as Alice In Wonderland, and then wondered why their children would later use drugs, namely hallucinogens. Today her lyrics, with a few changes, could be a wake-up call to adults taking herbal supplements:
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Caregivers Protest New California Overtime Laws—or Lack Thereof

Caregivers Protest New California Overtime Laws—or Lack Thereof March 1, 2015. By Jane Mundy.
Sacramento, CA: More than 400,000 California caregivers were scheduled to receive California overtime and an increase in pay starting in January, but a district court judge ruled against the federal wage law, arguing the changes must be made by legislature.
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Whistleblowers Integral to the Fight against Medical and Health Care Fraud

Whistleblowers Integral to the Fight against Medical and Health Care Fraud March 1, 2015. By Gordon Gibb.
Sacramento, CA: As generous as they are, “sugar daddies” often get taken to the cleaners. For them, money is no object. When someone in a position of influence can invent reasons for a man of means to part with his cash, well, so much the better. It is with this parallel that we illustrate what happens when Medicaid and Medicare (and others), backed by government funding, are allegedly bilked by opportunistic entities out to bill the system for billions of dollars worth of unnecessary procedures. It’s medical fraud by any other name.
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Kugel Mesh One Helluva Mess

Kugel Mesh One Helluva Mess February 28, 2015. By Jane Mundy.
Appleton, WI: “If I knew that some Kugel Mesh had been recalled, I would have insisted on having it taken out sooner,” says Ann. “This mesh had 10 years to seriously damage my body.”
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More Mirena Lawsuits Expected with New Study

More Mirena Lawsuits Expected with New Study February 28, 2015. By Jane Mundy.
New York, NY: Bayer announced a 33 percent rise in Mirena IUD sales worldwide between 2010 and 2013, making it the drug company’s most popular model. But three recent studies may affect Mirena as a moneymaker in the future.
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