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Daily Archives: October 7, 2011

FDA Awards Grants For Children’s Medical Device Research

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The United States Food and Drug Administration has announced that three grants will be awarded to bolster the development of medical devices for pediatric use, according to recent news sources. Ten applications for grants were reviewed by five experts. The … LEARN MORE


FDA Reports Concerns Over Blood Clot-Causing Birth Control

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The Food and Drug Administration is concerned about certain birth control pills increasing the patient’s risk of blood clots, according to recent news sources. The birth control pills being observed contain the hormone drospirenone and include: Safyral Syeda Ocella Yasmin … LEARN MORE


Brain Trauma ER Visits on the Rise Among Children

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Visits to the emergency room for brain injuries caused by sports activities in children and adolescents has risen 60 percent since 2001, according to recent news sources. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that most injuries were related … LEARN MORE


Misleading Marketing Costs Scios, of J&J, $85 Million

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Scios, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary, pled guilty on Thursday for falsely marketing Natrecor, a heart failure drug, according to recent news sources. Scios was charged with a misdemeanor violation of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. The U.S. has … LEARN MORE


Avoid Chimney Fires As Colder Weather Approaches

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As colder weather approaches, it’s important to make sure that your chimney is clean if you have a wood-burning fire place, according to recent news sources. A residue that builds up in chimneys when wood burns, called creosote, is highly … LEARN MORE


Group Calls for BPA Ban From Baby Bottles

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The American Chemical Council has requested that the Food and Drug Administration formally ban BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups, according to recent news sources. In a letter to the FDA, the group noted that Canada, Malaysia, China, the … LEARN MORE


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