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  • Doctor Sued in the Case of the Brain-Dead Mother
    May-1-08 Alexandria, VA The mother of Susan Anne Catherine Torres was brain-dead at the time of her birth. It was life support that kept her mother alive so the pregnancy could be sustained and young Susan Anne could be brought into the world. This took place less than three years ago and now a medical malpractice lawsuit has been filed against one of the doctors...
  • Lawmakers Catch Glaxo Hiding Paxil Suicide Risks - Again (Part II)
    Feb-13-08 Washington, DC Apparently, GlaxoSmithKline is still trying to hide damaging information about Paxil, because 9 pages of a report released from under a court order last month, are not available to the public. However, Senator Charles Grassley has instructed Glaxo to provide him with the full report by February 14, 2008. In the report, which is dated roug...
  • Death Rate of Seniors in Car Crashes Studied
    May-10-09 Los Angeles, CA Car crashes are something that can affect everyone at any age. A car accident is no respecter of income or stature. When you're in a car, car crash safety is the same for everyone. Or is it? According to a recent study, the older a driver is the higher the risk of death in a crash. And while it has been suggested that older drivers po...
  • The Racial Bias of Madison Avenue
    Jan-25-09 New York, NY With America's first African-American president now in the Oval Office, it is surprising and somewhat disturbing to note that employment discrimination remains an issue in some industries. Employment law dictates that race and gender should no longer be issues. But sadly they are, and a just-released study reveals employee racial discriminat...
  • Pilot Error Causes Plane Crashes
    Oct-25-08 Madrid, Spain When you board an airplane, you expect the pilot is fully capable of dealing with any situation that might arise and will always make the right decision to avert a plane crash. Of course, pilots are humans and humans make mistakes. Sadly, when pilots make mistakes the result can be a fatal airplane crash. A recent analysis, conducted a...
  • Lead Contaminated Water Scandal Leads to Lawsuit
    Feb-23-09 Washington D.C. Attorney Katherine Kimpel is definitely on top of this file and seems to have a river of information flowing through her brain. Just days ago she filed a class action suit on behalf of a single father from the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington D.C. alleging that lead in the city's water supply caused his two adopted sons to have serio...
  • Is Avandia Safe? Depends On Who You Talk To
    Aug-5-07 Gaithersburg, MD When Dr. David Graham testified at the federal drug panel July 30th, reviewing the fate of diabetes drug Avandia and its alleged relationship to heart attack, stroke and kidney failure, he didn't mince words. "It's well established that rosiglitazone increases congestive heart failure," he said. The drug safety reviewer with the U.S...
  • ATV Accidents - ATV Rollover - ATV Accident Lawsuit
    Although All-Terrain Vehicles ( ATV ) were originally designed for work on farms and ranches, ATV accidents frequently involve people who use the vehicles for recreation. Despite the name All-Terrain Vehicle, however, most ATVs are not designed for all terrains, because certain terrains increase the possibility of an ATV rollover . Even though ATVs are s...
  • Kaiser Kidney Program still causing Problems for Patients
    Oct-15-06 San Francisco, CA Kaiser Permanente is coming under more fire for its error-plagued San Francisco kidney transplant program , despite patients being transferred to other hospitals. Kaiser announced May 12 that its kidney program was being shut down. Some patients waiting to be transferred to other programs died before the transfer could occur. Kaiser...
  • Nurse's Family Files Avandia Wrongful Death Lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline
    Dec-18-07 San Diego, CA Rogelio Larosa and his adult son, Eric, of National City, San Diego County, California, filed a lawsuit on Monday, December 17, 2007, against Philadelphia-based GlaxoSmithKline ("GSK"), the maker of Avandia (rosiglitazone maleate), in U.S. District Court, Southern District of California (San Diego) accusing GSK of causing the wrongful death o...
  • Zyprexa Suicide: Now You May Have to Watch Your Children
    Oct-1-07 Rockville, MD In what may be one of the more astounding moves of the year, a U.S. Food and Drug Administration official has overruled his colleagues and will recommend Zyprexa be approved for the treatment of adolescents diagnosed with mental illness. The move comes despite evidence that Zyprexa has been linked to [ Suicides ], diabetes, weight gain and...
  • Mothers Denied Long Term Care Insurance
    Dec-19-08 Sacramento, CA People rely on long term care insurance to provide help if and when they are unable to help themselves. Policy holders are entitled to have the costs of assisted living, managed care or home health paid for by their health insurance company if they suffer from serious and chronic physical or mental illness, disability or impairment. Yet ma...
  • Singulair and Suicide Association under FDA Review
    Mar-27-08 Rockville, MD In an "Early Communication" release, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) informed healthcare professionals and patients of the possible association between the use of Singulair (Montelukast) and behavior/mood changes, suicidality (suicidal thinking) and suicide . The FDA is reviewing Singulair post-marketing reports it has received,...
  • Drug Eluting Stent Patients Beware
    Jan-24-07 Washington, DC: Drug eluting stents were promoted as working so much better than the old bare metal stents that 6 million people worldwide have received them in the few years since the arrived on the market. "It was a modern record for any medical device," the Boston Globe reported on December 4, 2006. Some 2 to 3 million people in the US now carry on...
  • Supplements Containing Ephedra Linked to Serious Side Effects
    May-4-09 Jefferson City, MO The recent Hydroxycut recall may have called into question the safety and efficacy of weight loss supplements, but the truth is that such supplements have been called into question before. In 2003, Hydroxycut, at the time manufactured by MuscleTech Research and Development, faced lawsuits related to the supplement's inclusion of the in...
  • Public Health Advisory Issued by FDA on Chantix
    Feb-7-08 Rockville, MD: A Public-Health Advisory has been issued by the US Food and Drug Administration to caregivers, health care providers, and patients regarding new warnings that concern the stop smoking prescription medication, Chantix . An Early Communication was issued to health care providers and the public by the FDA on November 20, 2007, regarding the...
  • Strattera - 130 Reports Of Suicidality In One Month
    Feb-15-06 A not yet released discussion paper written by the British Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency, reveals that last fall, there were 130 reports of suicidality in a single month by patients treated with the attention deficit drug Strattera. In addition, the paper reveals that there have also been more than 760 spontaneous reports of cardiac disorders...
  • California Labor Law: Verbal Abuse leads to Personal Injury
    Feb-14-08 Jose, CA Lisa D. put up with verbal abuse and harassment from her manager for two years. The situation got so out of control that she it now on disability. "I was making $16 per hour and I'm not sure yet what percentage I will get on disability," says Lisa, "but I'll be able to pull through this, as long as I am secure in knowing I have a job to go back...
  • Lawmakers Catch Glaxo Hiding Paxil Suicide Risks - Again (Part I)
    Feb-12-08 Washington, DC GlaxoSmithKline recently received greetings from a Congressional Committee, asking the company to explain the findings in a report unsealed last month in a lawsuit which shows that Glaxo knew as early as 1989 that Paxil increased the risk of suicidal behavior in patients by more than 8-fold compared to patients who received a placebo. In...
  • Seroquel Lawsuits Filed Over Diabetes Risk
    Apr-13-07 Wilmington,DE A class action lawsuit has been filed in Florida on behalf of patients who took Seroquel , claiming that the manufacturer AstraZeneca knew about the risk of diabetes but failed to properly warn doctors or patients. The lawsuit further claims that AstraZeneca promoted Seroquel for off-label uses. According to data released at a medical con...
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