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Mark T. Sadaka quoted by Epoch Times on CDC Lawsuit

Mark T. Sadaka, founder of Sadaka Associates, a national law firm, was quoted in the Epoch Times regarding a lawsuit against the CDC. The lawsuit was filed by the nonprofit ICAN seeks to have the CDC remove certain claims that vaccines do not cause autism. To read the article and Mr. Sadaka’s comments click Nonprofit to File Lawsuit Against CDC

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Chemicals in Your Living Room Can Cause Diabetes

According to a study from the University of California, Riverside, flame-retardant materials in homes have caused experimental mice and their offspring to develop diabetes. These materials, known as PBDEs, or polybrominated diphenyl ethers, are also linked to adults who develop diabetes. In experimental mice, babies were exposed by their mothers and later developed diabetes. Learning more about PBDEs may help

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How DuPont May Avoid Paying to Clean Up A Toxic ‘Forever Chemical’

The extent of the PFAS contamination of the country’s drinking water supply is just becoming known. States and environmental watchdogs are beginning to learn exactly how prevalent the problem is through their own testing. Eventually, this may result in a massive cleanup effort, if the problem can even be remediated. The costs of this cleanup should fall on the companies

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NJ Medical Marijuana: State’s Top Court Says Patients Can’t Be Fired

The use of medical marijuana is now legal in many states as there has been an overall trend of liberalization of drug laws in many states. While a handful of states have fully legalized marijuana, New Jersey is not one of them, although medical marijuana is legal in the state. The increasing use of cannabis presents issues when it comes

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How Juul Created a Teen Vaping Epidemic

The recent COVID-19 outbreak has taken nearly all of the media attention from the health crisis caused by vaping, even though vaping is continuing to do serious damage to its users’ lungs.. To refresh your memory, there was a spate of deaths and critical illnesses that resulted from vaping. By February 2020, there were nearly 70 deaths from the mystery

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Homemade Spray Sanitizer Sold at 7-Eleven Badly Burned my Son, Mom Says. Cops Seize Bottles, Issue Warning

Sanitary supply and cleansers are in short supply in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Left without sanitizers on store shelves and panicked about keeping disease-free, consumers are scrambling to buy whatever they can to give themselves peace of mind. Unfortunately, fraudsters and other people looking to make a quick buck are preying on vulnerable consumers by selling them slapdash

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What is a Class Action Rebate? Am I Eligible?

When consumers purchase an item, they usually tend to forget about it soon afterward, even if there are some problems or malfunctions with what they have bought. The truth is that we do not always get the benefit of the bargain when we buy something. Manufacturers and sellers can often end up leaving us feeling short changed for one reason

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Personal Injury Questions We Are Asked Everyday

In our everyday practice, we are always asked questions about personal injury cases. Many people have not had prior experience with personal injury cases so they are unaware of the specifics of these actions. In order to give you some background knowledge of personal injury cases, here are the answers to some common questions that we are often asked. Q.

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Teen Diagnosed With Rare ‘Suicide Disease’ Following Minor Ankle Injury

The family of a Greek teenager is desperately seeking treatment options and the money to pay for them after their daughter has been diagnosed with a devastating disease after a seemingly minor injury. Also known as “the suicide disease” because of the immense pain that it causes, chronic regional pain syndrome (CPRS) ruins the lives of people who are diagnosed

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Toyota recalls 3.4 million vehicles worldwide, says air bags may not deploy

The automakers have recently been plagued with a rash of issues relating to the vehicle’s airbags. First, airbags made by Takata forced a large-scale recall as they exploded when deployed, causing injuries and deaths. Although Takata has been forced out of business due to their legal liability, the problems with their airbags still remain. In addition, automakers have been experiencing

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CDC Officially Blames Vitamin E Acetate for Vaping Injuries

A recent outbreak of critical lung illness associated with vaping left over 2,500 people injured and took 60 lives. For months, this illness, which is known as EVALI, was described as a mystery illness and led the government to the brink of taking steps to restrict vaping. Although the government has backed down from restricting e-cigarettes, the Centers for Disease

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A Woman Suffered Injuries from a Dog Collar Bought on Amazon: Who’s Liable?

A Pennsylvania woman is blind in one eye after experiencing a mishap involving a dog collar that she bought on Amazon. Her injury brings up issues about product liability when it comes to goods bought through Amazon Marketplace. As of now, it is difficult to hold Amazon liable for goods that third parties sell through its Marketplace. While it seems

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High Levels of Carbon Monoxide Scare Tenants in Yonkers Apartment

Recently, residents of an apartment building in Yonkers, NY received a scare when their building was affected by high levels of carbon monoxide. The apartment was evacuated and emergency crews were called. The first responders ventilated the apartment until the carbon monoxide level dropped to zero. Nonbody in the affected apartment was injured by the carbon monoxide fumes, but people

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5 Product Recalls to Watch Out For in the New Year

As the New Year unfolds, there have been several major product recalls that have been issued since the start of 2020 that have affected products that have been widely sold. Although the number of product recalls have been down in the Trump Administration due to a less active CPSC and FDA, there have still been several significant recalls recently. Here

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Permanent Hair Dye and Straighteners May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

Many women in the United States use hair dyes or straighteners on a regular basis. However, the results of a new study show that these women may be at risk of developing breast cancer with regular use of these products. This risk is even more pronounced in African-American women who used chemical hair straighteners. This is the first study of

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