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  • Does Your Doctor Know That Topamax Is Linked to Birth Defects?
    Feb-26-13 Washington, DC Chances are, you trust your doctor to provide the best possible treatment for whatever ails you. And you likely don’t question your doctor when he or she prescribes medications for that ailment. However, doctors have the difficult and time-consuming task of familiarizing themselves with drug contraindications. This writer, for one, ask...
  • Inflated Emergency Room Charges Just a Way of Doing Business
    May-4-12 Macon, GA Emergency room charges are now to the point where publications dedicated to helping Americans save money and maintain fiscal responsibility are including emergency room cost in their recommendations. For example, the "Saving Centsably" column carried April 11 in the Macon Telegraph advocated patients ask for a detailed accounting of all e...
  • Did Cutting-Edge Stryker Process Cut Plaintiff the Wrong Way?
    Dec-22-13 Lafayette, LA One could understand Ouita Corley’s frustration with her knee replacement surgery, an operation that has been performed hundreds of thousands of times. But what sets Corley apart from other knee replacement patients, is the use of Stryker ShapeMatch Cutting Guide in her procedure. The device has since been recalled, and Corley now serve...
  • Proposed Changes to Helicopter Safety Rules
    Oct-12-10 Newark, NJ Following recent helicopter crashes , the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed safety changes to helicopter regulations. Those proposed changes include stricter rules for medical helicopters after a rash of helicopter accidents involving medical carriers. According to the FAA, between the mid-1990s through 2009, more than 200 pe...
  • Amiodarone Interaction with Simvastatin Still a Global Concern
    Dec-20-10 Shanghai, China The Republic of China has now caught on to the pre-existing concern over simvastatin when combined with amiodarone, given a release in November by the State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) in China warning about the risk of rhabdomyolysis, a rare muscle injury that can lead to kidney failure and death. Simvastatin taken alone in hig...
  • Allegations about Zicam Smell Loss Raised in 2006
    Nov-11-11 Scottsdale, AZ When it comes to using medications, patients are sometimes willing to risk some side effects to treat a condition, but when the side effects can be permanent, as with the alleged Zicam side effects , patients may not be so willing to take that risk. In 2009, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning about Zicam side effec...
  • It's Not Just a Baby, It's a Life: Zoloft Birth Defects
    Jan-6-12 Washington, DC Birth defects happen for a variety of reasons: genetic predisposition, fate, or worse—a preventable cause. While any birth defect is a parent's worst nightmare, one that might have been preventable is the cruelest blow. Such is the case for a Washington woman who launched a zoloft heart birth defect lawsuit against Zoloft manufactu...
  • Levaquin Lawyers Accepting Claims for Tendon Ruptures Anywhere in the Body
    Sep-12-11 Maplewood, NJ "Attorneys were at first only taking Levaquin cases with ruptured Achilles tendons, but new studies show that Levaquin can cause ruptures anywhere in the body," says Stacey Hauer, lead litigator in Levaquin cases at Johnson Becker PLLC. That's potentially good news for Steve, who ruptured his Achilles tendon after taking Levaquin. When...
  • Amusement Park Ride Accidents Require Quick Action and Evidence
    Jun-14-13 Riverview, FL A day at an amusement park can go bad very quickly. A 2013 report by the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, found that 20 children a day were treated at an emergency ward somewhere in the U.S. for injuries related to an amusement park-type ride. The number of injuries in the study doesn’t surprise Florida att...
  • Did Zithromax SJS Contribute to Young Boy's Horror?
    Aug-7-12 Jackson, FL Like many drugs allowed onto the market by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Zithromax has come under the microscope after the fact for scrutiny over Zithromax side effects . A recent death risk study published in a noted medical journal this past spring has left the FDA reviewing the contents and outcomes. Beyond the death risk...
  • Court Rules against Johnson & Johnson in Stevens Johnson Syndrome Case
    Feb-11-11 Los Angeles, CA A recent lawsuit involving Stevens Johnson Syndrome may result in a drug company changing its warning label. A California state appeals court has found that Johnson & Johnson knew about the risk of Stevens Johnson Syndrome, sometimes known as SJS, with its drug Motrin but did not warn consumers. Although the US Food and Drug Adminis...
  • Toyota 2010 Lexus GX 460 SUV Cited for Rollover Hazard
    Apr-13-10 New York, NY The respected magazine Consumer Reports, which conducts its own product testing and is not beholden to corporate interests, has issued a safety warning about Toyota's updated Lexus GX 460 SUV due to an increased risk of rollover during a turn. The problem appears to be with the vehicle's electronic stability control system and does not aff...
  • Enbrel - Lawsuit Settlements - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    Patients who take Enbrel to treat certain types of arthritis may not be aware of the severity of Enbrel side effects they could be exposed to. These side effects include the risk of serious fungal infection and a risk of tuberculosis. Furthermore, the FDA is investigating a possible link between Enbrel and other drugs in its class, including Humira and R...
  • No Flood of Praise for Sears in Negligence Suit
    Jul-21-09 Wheeling, WV The purchasers of an appliance from Sears are suing the company, alleging negligence with regard to the installation of a new refrigerator, according to a June 8th account in the West Virginia Record. The issue is a flood that happened in their home, allegedly caused by either the appliance, or the method of installation. Charles and D...
  • Chaparral Restrictions in Canada
    Jan-3-06 A warning to consumers not to take products containing chaparral (chapparal) has been issued by [ Health Canada ]. The herb chaparral is found in tea, loose leaves, capsules or bulk herbal products and is mainly sold in health food stores. In Canada, the manufacturers/importers are asking retailers to remove products containing chaparral from their she...
  • More Evidence that Zicam Users Risk Loss of Smell
    Dec-2-09 Washington, DC Yet another study has revealed the devastating effects of smell loss and various other Zicam side effects on unwary Zicam users. Many people are discovering through their Zicam lawyers that the drug was never approved or regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Zicam products were listed as homeopathic treatments contai...
  • Following Suit: Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit Updates
    Nov-26-13 Some 35,000 transvaginal mesh lawsuits filed against the device manufacturers allege the products are defective and have resulted in severe health issues, ranging from pain during sex, to erosion of vaginal tissue, infection, and even death. The mesh is surgically implanted for treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or urinary incontinence. How...
  • Hospitals Could Face Lawsuit after Patient Develops MRI-Related NSF
    Jul-3-10 Boston, MA A woman who believes she suffers from MRI contrast side effects is considering filing a lawsuit against those who gave her a contrast agent containing gadolinium. Despite warnings from US officials, some patients may still be receiving MRI contrast agents even though they have kidney problems, putting them at risk of serious illness. The...
  • Wife: Avandia Responsible for Husband's Health Crisis
    Jan-16-08 Louisville, KT: Marie's husband Steve is living in a nursing home. He has been there since his health seriously declined, following illness, heart attacks and liver and kidney problems. Marie says that Avandia caused Steve's health crisis. Steve has been on Avandia for a while, almost 10 years. However, his serious health problems began this year when...
  • GranuFlo Recall: When Safety Slips through the Cracks
    Sep-3-13 Washington, DC If 2012 was a watershed year with regard to the GranuFlo recall and concern over the actions (or lack thereof) of Fresenius Medical Care, then the month of March has proven to be a watershed month spanning two years, 2012 and 2013. It was in March 2012 when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first became aware of issues involvi...
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