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Officials Seek Reports Of Tobacco-Related Adversity

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If an individual suffers adversity related to a medical device or a drug, the Food and Drug Administration hopes that he or she or their doctor files a report on that product through the MedWatch system.  This allows the agency … LEARN MORE

Amputation and Fall Risks Prompt Recall of 73,400 Table and Chair Sets

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Card table and chair sets under the Mainstays brand are being recalled by the Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart because of a safety issue that has already led to reports of injury.  The recall affects 73,400 sets of furniture that were available … LEARN MORE

Failure of Da Vinci Surgical Systems May Be Obscured By Underreporting

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The da Vinci robotic surgery system from Intuitive Surgical has been in the news in recent months due to reports about patients being injured in conjunction with an operation carried out by one of these machines.  The Food and Drug … LEARN MORE

Mass Destruction Supplement Users Warned To Refrain From Usage

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Users of a dietary supplement known as Mass Destruction are being asked by the Food and Drug Administration to cease usage of that product so that safety can be assured.  Recently, the Department of Health and Human Services of North … LEARN MORE

FDA Explains The Need For Caution With Portable Bed Rails

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If you have trouble getting around your home and have decided to install portable bed rails around your sleeping space, or if you have an elderly loved one who has done the same, then you absolutely must understand the information … LEARN MORE

Laceration Risk Prompts Recall of 218,000 Cocktail Glasses

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Cocktail glasses are being recalled by the Toledo, Ohio-based Libbey Glass because of a possible laceration hazard these items could create.  218,000 glasses under the Bristol Valley brand with a model number of 8555SR are impacted by the recall, which … LEARN MORE

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