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Acteaminophen Linked To Liver Failure

Liver Fast Facts: Acetaminophen Use and Liver Injury An estimated 500 deaths per year are attributed to suicidal or unintentional overdoses of acetaminophen as well as more than 50,000 emergency room visits. This is the most common form of acute liver failure observed in the United States today. While some are intentional at least 50% of these are unintentional, that

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OsmoPrep Lawsuits For Kidney Damage

First Alerted In 2006, when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first became aware of recorded cases of acute phosphate nephropathy, consumers and health care professionals alike were alerted to the relevant dangers. While these reports are rare, they are indeed serious. At the time, patients were being prescribed Osmoprep, the oral sodium phosphate (OSP) used for cleaning the bowels

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Yaz, Yasmin Raise Blood Clot Risk

We have all heard the risk for developing blood clots if we take birth control pills, or other forms of contraceptives. But how much of a risk is now under investigation. There are studies being done that many say are shocking. An article written by Kristen Hallam on April 21, 2011 states “Birth-control pills with Drospirenone raise clot risk in

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Zofran Linked To Abnormal Heart Rhythm

Anti-Nausea Medication Zofran Linked To Abnormal Heart Rhythm On September 15, 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued a safety announcement about the drug Zofran because it may increase the risk of heart arrhythmias, which can be fatal. The manufacturer has been ordered to conduct a study of the effects Zofran may have on the electrical activity of

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Celexa Abnormal Heart Rhythm Risk

Citolapram, marketed under the brand name Celexa, belongs to a group of anti-depressants called SSRIs — selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. The brain chemical serotonin seems to be decreased in people suffering from depression. The SSRIs do what their name implies; they slow the removal of this chemical from the blood. This allows the available serotonin to be active longer, decreasing

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Groundwater Contamination: Sources And Signs Of Exposure

Groundwater contamination occurs when man-made products such as gasoline, oil, road salts and chemicals get into the groundwater and cause it to become unsafe and unfit for human use. Some of the major sources of these products, called contaminants, are storage tanks, septic systems, hazardous waste sites, landfills, and the widespread use of road salts, fertilizers, pesticides and other chemicals.

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How To Identify Recalled Products

Many times we hear of breaking news informing us that there are certain lots of foods that have been recalled or contaminated, but it’s never really been that easy to identify if you have an affected product or not. But this is not the case anymore. As of April 4, 2011 consumers can search for food and other product recalls

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Exposure To Lead And Toxic Fumes

We try to keep ourselves safe from the harmful things in life everyday. We know to protect ourselves from UV damage, not to smoke, and all the other dangers. But, what about the things that we are never really taught about?

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Crib Bumpers Present Major Risk

Whenever a woman is pregnant with her child, one primary concern on her mind is having the nursery ready for when the baby comes home. She walks through the aisles of the local baby store and purchases the most beautiful items: a crib, decorations, and baby bedding. However, little does she know there is a risk involved with the bedding

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Scam Alert: Credit Card Interest Rate Reductions

So imagine getting a phone call from a telemarketer stating that they can reduce your credit card’s interest rate…sounds great doesn’t it? Don’t get your hopes up yet. In an article listed on the Federal Trade Commissions website, dated February 2011, the FTC has issued a Consumer Alert warning regarding this very scam.

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