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deville bed rail recall

On December 6, 2021, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare recalled a series of portable bed rails meant to act as guards for medicated adults sleeping in beds at home or in clinics. Because of a potential entrapment hazard and risks to personal health, including the risk of asphyxiation, consumers should stop using these portable bed rails and…

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goodman manufacturing evaporator coil recall

As of November 18, 2021, a series of plastic drain pans made by Goodman Manufacturing Company has been officially recalled for repair or replacement. The drain pans only affect a select number of indoor furnaces. Consumers should know how to identify whether they have a recalled drain pan, how to repair or replace it, and…

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mark of fifth avenue flammable children's robes recall

A recent recall from Mark of Fifth Avenue for a line of children’s robes has led many parents to worry about the safety of their kids. While no injuries have yet been reported, parents should be aware of the dangers of these robes, the nature of the recall and refund policy, and what to do…

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can you sue for a defective product

Defective products are often handled either through personal injury lawsuits, toxic torts, or both. These are civil court actions that an individual or his attorney can file. The purpose would be to seek compensation for the illness or injury that the product caused. Or, if enough people are harmed by the same defective product, a…

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elmiron vision loss lawsuits new york

The manufacturers of Elmiron —the only drug currently approved by the FDA to treat interstitial cystitis (IC)— are being litigated against, accused of being responsible for causing unexpected vision loss.  Janssen Pharmaceuticals, the company behind the interstitial cystitis drug Elmiron, is now facing accusations of distributing a dangerous bladder medication because reports involving varying degrees…

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monsanto roundup cancer lawsuits and settlements

A divide in the scientific community over the potential health risks of Monsanto’s Roundup products has created a complicated situation for both consumers and cancer victims from New York to Los Angeles. In fact, the disagreement among health agencies has created an unlikely situation: people can easily buy a product not determined to be cancer-causing…

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zantac alternatives safe

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has withdrawn Zantac and other over-the-counter brands of ranitidine drugs because tests have shown they include the carcinogenic impurity nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). As a result, The nationwide recall of the popular heartburn medicine Zantac has steadily expanded since it was first issued in April. The FDA is advising consumers…

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  In 1894, Johnson & Johnson first introduced a product made of crushed talc, calling it “baby powder. For more than a century, people—especially women—used this product in their daily hygiene routine. As of May 2020, Johnson & Johnson discontinued their legacy product in the United States and Canada. This only comes after the company…

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