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  • Dennis Quaid's New Organization Could Combat Heparin Contamination
    Dec-22-09 New Orleans, LA Actor Dennis Quaid has founded a new organization dedicated to the prevention of medical errors that can lead to serious health complications, such as heparin contamination and improper sterilization. Quaid helped launch the National Alert Network for Serious Medication Errors after a personal tragedy involving the actor's twin daugh...
  • Propane Gas Recalled due to Fire and Burn Hazard
    About 919,000 barrels of Propane (LP) gas manufactured by Valero Marketing & Supply Co., of San Antonio, TX, are being recalled because the odorant that is normally added to propane to help alert customers to a propane gas leak may not be present in the recommended amounts. Failure to detect leaking gas can present a fire, explosion or thermal burn hazard to...
  • NSF Patient Sues over MRI Contrast Agent
    Nov-19-09 Chesterfield, MO A man who claims to have suffered from MRI contrast side effects and MRI health risks has launched a lawsuit against the hospital that administered a series of MRI procedures that eventually left him with early-stage Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis (NSF). Robert Silver v. St. Luke's Health Corp was recently filed in St. Louis County C...
  • Proposed Partial Settlement in Hurricane Flooding Class Action
    A notification program about a proposed partial settlement began today to alert those affected by flooding due to any failures or overtopping of levees that occurred within the Parishes of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines and St. Bernard, Louisiana resulting from Hurricane Katrina and/or Hurricane Rita. Under the settlement, a settlement fund worth appr...
  • Investor Class Action Launched Over Zicam Side Effects
    Jul-22-09 Scottsdale, AZ For investors in Matrixx, something allegedly stinks—and it has everything to do with Zicam smell loss and other Zicam side effects. Beyond the Zicam loss of smell that lay at the root of the June recall of the cold remedy, shareholders in Matrixx Initiatives Inc. are alleging misrepresentation at the investor level. According...
  • Possible Melamine Contamination in Mr. Brown Instant Coffee
    Canadian Agency Issues Warning The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a warning for certain types of Mr. Brown 3-in-1 instant coffee, because they may contain melamine. Mr. Brown 3-in-1 coffee products were initially recalled in Taiwan. Consequently, the company that imports the products into Canada is not taking any chances following the...
  • Phosphocol P 32 Linked to Risk Of Leukemia In Children
    Off-Label Use of the Drug for Intra-articular Injections the Cause The Food and Drug Administration has issued a Safety Alert regarding the unapproved use of Phosphocol P 32 (Chromic Phosphate P 32 Suspension) in children. Two children with hemophilia, aged 9 and 14, who were treated with the drug developed acute lymphocytic leukemia with within o...
  • Hydroxycut Class Action the 'Next Big One'
    Jul-2-09 San Francisco, CA The recall of various versions of Hydroxycut supplements has evolved into the launching of a class-action lawsuit, together with a pow-wow scheduled for San Francisco later this month to discuss and update potential plaintiffs and legal eagles regarding Hydroxycut diet supplements and their adverse health effects. A total of 14 hydrox...
  • Oral Sodium Phosphates—a History
    Jun-2-09 Washington, DC: It is necessary for the colon to be free of solid matter to allow a doctor to examine the large colon and part of the small bowel during a colonoscopy. Purgatives (also known as bowel cleansers) such as oral sodium phosphates , which were readily available over-the-counter until recently, are generally administered to clear out the bowels...
  • SSRI Birth Defects –The Heart of the Matter
    May-19-09 Atlanta, GA: Meredith was taking Zoloft for nearly 3 years, and in the third year she became pregnant. Her doctor told her she should be fine to stay on the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) during her pregnancy, but to reduce the dose during the last part of her pregnancy. Her daughter was born with heart defects, and Meredith wonders if there'...
  • Transcripts from Plane Crash Reveal Violation of Safety Regulations
    May-12-09 Buffalo, NY Transcripts from the Continental Connection plane, involved in the plane crash near Buffalo, NY, reveal that personal discussion took place during the flight, including as the plane descended into Buffalo. According to an article in The Wall Street Journal, the pilots rushed through mandatory checklists and then spent the flight discussing pe...
  • SSRI Birth Defects: A CautionaryTale From the Crib
    May-9-09 West Paducah, KT Racine (not her real name pending lawsuit) has a son who was born at just 34 weeks with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS). She had been taking the antidepressant Effexor (Venlafaxine ) during her pregnancy and now wonders if that may have had something to do with her son's heart defect. While no one can say for certain whether...
  • Tomato Growers Want Compensation for Losses
    Growers Want Warnings Lifted It is estimated that tomato growers have lost over $100 million as a result of the multi-state warnings of salmonella- tainted tomatoes. However, a link has yet to be established between the food source and the bacterial outbreak. Tomato growers are angry and want federal compensation for their losses, as well as the FDA to...
  • Risks of Oral Sodium Phosphates Known Long Before Health Warning
    Apr-30-09 Washington, DC In December of last year the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a black box warning for Oral Sodium Phosphate (OSP) over concern for kidney failure. However the warning came nearly three years after the FDA first issued a health alert about OSP, and allegedly 9 years after the agency was first alerted to the possibility. Anyo...
  • 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...
  • CPSC Suppressed Risks for Death and Injury from Nail Guns
    Injury Rate Rises as Private Warnings Ignored. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) appears to have failed to properly alert consumers about risk of injuries and death associated with nail guns. In 2005, three years after CPSC engineers issued private warnings to nail gun manufacturers concerning safety standards, the number of product-related...
  • Role of Icing in Plane Crashes
    Apr-15-09 Buffalo, NY With 3 major plane crashes in the news in recent months, the media has once again been focusing on what factors play into an airplane crash. One factor that is frequently cited as a probable cause of a plane crash is icing. However, as some experts note, there is rarely just one factor involved in airplane crashes. Normally, a number of facto...
  • ETHEX Drug Overdose "Frightening"
    Apr-9-09 Suffolk, VA Patients rely on pharmaceutical companies to ensure that the medications they take are safe for consumption. That is what makes the recent ETHEX drug recall so scary. It took too long for the defects in the medications to be noticed, putting many people at risk of a drug overdose. Robert S says his wife, Linda, survived her ETHEX side effects...
  • VA Contaminated Colonoscopies: 'Completely Inexcusable'
    Apr-2-09 Miami, FL In a scathing editorial, the Miami Herald reveals that the VA hospital in Miami where VA colonoscopies took place was warned by the Department of Veteran's Affairs about potential problems with colonoscopy equipment. According to the newspaper the Hospital checked its procedures and reported everything fine—that is, until a more extensive rev...
  • Newark, NY, Seton Hall University and Argenbright Security to pay $5.5 million settlement in murder/suicide lawsuit.
    Newark, NY: (May-29-08) The family of Sohayla Massachi brought charges against the city of Newark, after the Seton Hall student was killed by her ex-boyfriend because 9-1-1 personnel botched a call reporting the woman's abduction. The suit stated that the city was negligent when an operator gave the wrong make and model of the car Sohayla was pulled into...
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