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Daily Archives: September 14, 2011

Transvaginal Mesh Review May Revoke FDA Approval

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a report announcing their recommendation that transvaginal mesh devices be re-classified as a high risk medical device, according to news sources. The FDA is requiring new safety statistics be submitted by the … LEARN MORE


Study Shows Many Patients Believe FDA Approves Only Safe Drugs

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A recent study examines patients and their belief that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration only approves safe and effective drugs. The study found that providing more information to consumers can help them make better choices, according to a news … LEARN MORE


Salmonella Contamination Prompts Herb Recall

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Sanith Ourn Farm, based in Florida, has recalled their product Fresh Hot Basil herb due to a salmonella contamination fear, according to news reports. The herb was distributed to retailers in Washington, Oregon, and Rhode Island on August 23rd and … LEARN MORE


DEA Uses Emergency Authority to Ban "Bath Salts"

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Synthetic stimulants which mimic the effects of LSD, cocaine, and MDMA drugs being marketed as bath salts and plant food are being banned by the Drug Enforcement Administration, according to news sources. The DEA plans to use emergency scheduling authority … LEARN MORE


ExxonMobil Cited for Unsafe Working Conditions

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The U.S Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited ExxonMobil for 22 violations of exposing workers to unsafe conditions, according to news sources. The establishment fined was the petroleum refinery in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. No one has … LEARN MORE


Avoid Choking Hazards In Your Home

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According to a recent news source, children are most likely to choke between the ages of two and five. An ears, nose and throat doctor suggests the following tips to make sure your home is a safe place for young … LEARN MORE


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