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  • Adderall Death, Stroke and Hearth Attacks
    The FDA has received a number of reports of Adderall heart attack , Adderall stroke , and even Adderall death in both children and adults, and the numbers are likely to increase as more children are prescribed Adderall for ADHD . Adderall heart problems are also reported in people prescribed the drug for bipolar disorder and in college students who...
  • Another Levaquin Lament
    Aug-11-08 Philadelphia, PA: For no apparent reason, Lynn had damaged her Achilles tendon; it got so bad that she could barely walk. Then she had problems with the rotator cuff tendon in her right shoulder. Her injuries were baffling Lynn and her doctors, until she discovered the link between damaged and ruptured tendons and Levaquin . "The first time I took Lev...
  • Foodborne Illness - Food Poisoning - LawyersAndSettlements.com
    Foodborne illness (often referred to as food poisoning ) is a potentially serious health risk that can be caused by a number of factors, including negligence, bad sanitation practices and chemical contamination. Most everyone has suffered from foodborne illness outbreaks at some time in their life, often due to the ingestion of countless different types...
  • More Trouble for Ethex Corporation, More Drugs Recalled
    Jan-9-09 Rockville, MD The troubles continue for Ethex . Just weeks after the pharmaceutical manufacturer announced a recall of five generic drugs having the potential to be oversized, yet another generic drug in its roster has been put on the recall block for the exact same reason. Just before Christmas, Ethex Corporation triggered a voluntary recall of a...
  • Carousel Pet Treats May be Contaminated with Salmonella
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is issuing this health alert to warn consumers not to use Pig Ears and Beef Hooves pet treats manufactured by Pet Carousel because the products may be contaminated with Salmonella. The products were distributed nationwide in both bulk and retail packaging for sale in pet food and retail chain stores. Pet Carousel is base...
  • CPSC, LaJobi Reannounce 2001 Recall of Cribs Due to Entrapment and Strangulation Hazards
    Washington, DC: The US Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with LaJobi Inc, of Cranbury, NJ, have announced a voluntary recall of about 400 (this recall was first announced in December 2001), "Molly" and "Betsy" cribs. The cribs have cut-outs in the end panels that can allow young children to get their heads entrapped, which can pose a...
  • Aldi, Inc. Settles California Overtime Lawsuit
    Jul-1-20 Los Angeles, CA Jeree Gant filed a class action lawsuit against Aldi, Inc., claiming that the grocery chain failed to pay her for all the hours she worked between October 2017 and May 2018. The other allegations under the California labor code concerning meal breaks, rest breaks and wage statements follow from that central claim. Aldi has now offered t...
  • Safety Alert Issued for Lifeline Pendant Personal Help Buttons
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is cautioning users of personal emergency response buttons worn around the neck of a potential choking hazard associated with this product. The FDA is aware of at least 6 reports between 1998 and 2009 of serious injury or death, including 3 deaths in the United States and 1 in Canada, from choking after the cord on...
  • Celexa Birth Defects - Celexa Side Effects, Celexa Lawsuit, Celexa Lawyer
    Recent studies have found that babies exposed to Celexa (Citalopram) during certain periods prior to birth run a risk of experiencing Celexa side effects . Those Celexa birth defects include a risk of persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN), oral cleft, Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and coarction of the aorta. A potential link between...
  • Patient Deaths and Liquid-filled Intragastric Balloon Systems
    Santa Clara, CA: Following five reports of patient deaths that occurred within a month or less of placement of liquid-filled intragastric balloon systems the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an updated alert. The agency states that the five unanticipated deaths occurred from 2016 to present day in patients with liquid-filled intra...
  • San Diego Chargers Doctor Faces a Loss of License under Medical Malpractice Law
    Dec-27-09 San Diego, CA A doctor working for the NFL's San Diego Chargers is the subject of medical malpractice litigation stemming from a series of alcohol-related incidents dating back as far as 1995. Dr. David Chao, an orthopedic surgeon working for the football team, has twice been arrested for driving under the influence. The arrests have provoked the sta...
  • Latest Defective Catheter Takes Its Place in Long Line of FDA Recalls
    Feb-8-17 Silver Spring, MD: When it comes to defective catheters causing injury , Bard Peripheral Vascular's recall of its Halo One Thin-Walled Guiding Sheath is the latest in a long line of catheter recalls that include the Boston Scientific Corp. Fetch 2 Aspiration Catheter and Cook Medical's Shuttle Select Slip-Catheter and Beacon catheters. Catheters, w...
  • US Food and Drug Administration, FDA, St. Jude Medical Inc.
    Feb-12-17 Washington, DC: The manufacturer of an implantable cardiac device recently caught in the crosshairs of a cybersecurity concern issued from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), continues to deal with reports of premature failure of ICD batteries . St. Jude Medical Inc. warned in early October that while the situation, in its estimation is rare, the...
  • For Victims of GranuFlo Heart Attack, It’s No Ordinary Day at Dialysis
    Oct-6-13 Boston, MA Any GranuFlo lawsuit will feature a common backdrop: a patient attends a kidney dialysis clinic for the regular filtering of his or her blood through a machine. This is done on a regular basis, generally a few times per week. And it happens like clockwork. You build your weekly schedule around your dialysis appointments, after which you atte...
  • Safety Alert Issued for Ready To Eat Deli Meat Products
    Washington, DC: The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert due to illnesses possibly associated with ready-to-eat (RTE) deli meat products that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. FSIS was informed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) that products subject to r...
  • FDA Issues Boxed Warning for Ocaliva
    Washington, DC: UPDATE Further to information issued by the US Food and Drug Administration through a MedWatch safety alert for liver disease medicine Ocaliva (obeticholic acid) - Increased Risk of Serious Liver Injury, issued 09-21-2017, a Boxed Warning has been added to the product under the agency’s guidance. The original warning stated...
  • CT Brain Perfusion Scan Radiation Overdose
    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has notified health care professionals about radiation overexposure in patients who have undergone perfusion CT imaging (essentially, a CT brain scan ), done to diagnose and treat strokes. According to the FDA alert, 206 patients in an 18-month period at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center received radiation doses that were ap...
  • Switlik Marine Life Rafts Recalled
    Reports that Raft Fails to Inflate Switlik Parachute Company has issued a national alert for and recall of its marine life raft. The company has recently had reports from two life raft service stations of Switlik life raft inflation valves failing to operate properly and discharge the gas from the CO2 cylinder into the raft. Legal Help I...
  • Bank of America Breached Customer Contracts, Charging Overdraft Fees on Non-Recurring Transactions
    Feb-5-20 New York, NY Cockrom v. Bank of America alleges that Bank of America (BofA) charged overdraft fees on everyday one-time purchases, like a cup of coffee or a tank of gas, even when its deposit agreements promised that overdraft fees would be levied only on recurring transactions, such as a mortgage payments. This is a new twist on bank overdraft fee la...
  • Students Charge Donald Trump with Racketeering in “University” Scheme
    Nov-27-14 Two class action racketeering lawsuits and a lawsuit by the New York Attorney General have been filed against Donald Trump for swindling student-victims out of upwards of $35,000 each through their enrollment in his fictitious institution, Trump University. The supreme court of New York ruled earlier that Trump University, now renamed Trump Entreprene...
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