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  • Psych Drugs Used To Manufacture Insanity
    Mar-6-06 Many experts say the wide-spread epidemic of mental health problems in the US is man-made. The case of Susan Florence is a testament to this theory of man-made insanity. While mania, psychosis, anxiety, agitation, hostility, depression, and confusion may be signs of mental illness, these same "symptoms" are referred to as side effects on the labels of the...
  • FDA Grants Guinea Pig Status To US Citizens
    Feb-28-06 "It is outrageous that, for all intents and purposes, the FDA allowed a clinical trial to proceed, which makes every citizen in the United States a potential "guinea pig," without providing a practical, informative warning to the public." The statement of outrage above was included in a letter to acting FDA Commissioner, Dr von Eschenbach, from Senator Ch...
  • Zyprexa Medicaid Gravy Train Derailed
    Feb-20-06 When Zyprexa was approved to treat adults with schizophrenia in 1996, Eli Lilly and the FDA knew about the drug's lethal side effects. Data from a 1996 six-week clinical trial revealed 27 deaths, 15 of which were suicides, and a drop-out rate of 65%. In his book, Mad In America, investigative journalist Robert Whitaker, reported that one in every 145...
  • Mirapex - Two Victims - Same Horror Story
    Feb-16-06 In mid-2001, Joe Neglia went on a cruise to Alaska and that trip marked the beginning of his downward spiral into hell. The ship had a gambling casino on board and according to Joe, he was "instantly and savagely hooked on the slots." A major problem arose when he came back ashore. "When I returned from the cruise I began hitting the local casinos," he re...
  • Auto Manufacturers: Is Safety Secondary?
    Feb-9-06 Rebecca Bond, from Orange Park, Florida was driving her 1997 Ford Explorer last June, 2005 when she ran off the road. The car rolled over five times after hitting a signpost. "The airbag didn't inflate and my wife was knocked unconscious when it flipped," says husband Mackenzie Bond. "She hit her head on top of the steering wheel and hi...
  • Your Car Could Be Killing You
    Feb-8-06 Next time you notice that "clean car smell", hold your breath and roll down the windows. A study by the Ecology Centre in Michigan has linked car interiors with toxic chemicals, specifically PBDEs, which are used as flame retardants, and phthalates, used to soften PVC plastics. These chemicals are used to make seat cushions, armrests, floor coverings,...
  • Ford Explorers: Or is it Ford "Exploders"?
    Feb-7-06 Ford vehicles are still bursting into flames, often leaving little more than the frame. Some vehicles were covered by the recall and some were not. In one of the biggest recalls of automotive history last September 2005, Ford warned almost four million owners of pick-up trucks and SUVs of possible fires. Ford Explorers should be on its lengthy recall list...
  • SSRIs - Wonder Drugs From Hell
    Feb-7-06 The Glenn McIntosh family has to introduce 12-year-old Caitlin, with a photograph because that is all they has left. Caitlin committed suicide 8 weeks after being prescribed the SSRIs, Paxil and Zoloft. "We were told that antidepressants like Paxil and Zoloft were wonder drugs, that they were safe and effective for children. We were lied to," Caitlin's f...
  • SSRIs - Nightmares by the Dozen
    Feb-6-06 Gail and Rhonda Schmidkunz describes their 20-year-old son Zach as an "All American Boy," with no criminal record and no history of angry outbursts or losing his temper. However, this non-violent, law-abiding "All American Boy" is now serving a 35-year prison sentence for killing a friend after he abruptly stopped taking the SSRI, Zoloft. In an all too fa...
  • First Years Baby Teething Ring
    --> The First Years Inc. recalls half-million baby teethers in U.S. and Canada. These soft, liquid-filled baby teething rings are a potential risk to babies who may puncture the toy and ingest bacteria-contaminated liquid. The liquid may contain dangerous bacteria compounds, pseudomonas aeruginosa and pseudomonas putida. Pseudomonas aeruginosa...
  • SJS - Called A Fate Worse Than Death
    Jan-29-06 Until Susie Orme developed Stevens Johnson Syndrome, it was a condition she read about in medical textbooks and a difficult topic to study for on her postgraduate exams. Susie is a doctor and as such, she was able to diagnose her own SJS. However, "no amount of training could prepare me for the pain ahead," she said. Susie's SJS was a reaction to the a...
  • Stihl Chainsaw Recall
    Jan-13-06 The [ U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ], in cooperation with the chainsaw manufacturers, recently announced voluntary recalls of the STIHL MS 192 T Chain Saw. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. On its website, [ Stihl ] states that the following could occur: "A fuel line in the purge pump syst...
  • Big O Tire Repair Accident Settlement
    A Big O repair technician in Grass Valley installed new wheels on a Toyota pickup truck. A week later, while driving on Interstate 80 in Auburn, Jennifer Baker's vehicle was struck by that pickup truck's separated tire and wheel. Baker and her husband were in her Ford Ranger pickup that hit a guardrail, swerved left, and flipped over. Baker suffered par...
  • Toyota Announces Recall of 345,000 Sienna Mini Vans due to Seat Belt Problems
    On July 21st, 2005, Toyota Motor Corp. announced this it recalling 345,000 Sienna Mini Vans because of reports that the seat belt may not properly retract after unbuckling. Specifically, the company states that the shoulder portion of the seat belt in the middle row may become stuck in a plastic piece the belt should slide through easily. This may cause...
  • Overnite Transportation Personal Injury Settlement
    On March 15, 1999, a tractor-trailer operated by the defendant's driver in Clarke County crossed over the center line of Route 340 and ran nearly head-on into the Plaintiff's Toyota Corolla, as he tried desperately to avoid the truck. The truck driver had not seen a car slowing in front of him to make a left turn, braked too late, jackknifed, and slid...
  • NHTSA Illegal Auto Lighting Crackdown Continues
    Continuing its crackdown against manufacturers and suppliers of illegal lighting equipment, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on October 19th 2004 announced its decision that high intensity discharge (HID) conversion kits produced by a Texas company do not comply with federal safety standards. The owner of ASTEX USA, a supp...
  • Guidant Corporation NYSE: GDT Securities
    Company: Guidant Corporation Ticker Symbol: NYSE: GDT Class Period: December 15, 2004, to June 17, 2005 Date Filed: Jun-27-05 Lead Plaintiff Deadline: Aug-23-05 Court: Southern District, IN Allegations: On June 17, 2005, Guidant Corporation (NYSE: GDT) announced a voluntarily recall about 5...
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