Mark Bello

Is Your Child the Victim of Bullying and How to Know

According to a 2012 school safety study, only 40% of bullying incidents are reported to an adult.  This is probably due to fears of backlash, humiliation, and social isolation. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) defines bullying as “unwanted, aggressive behavior among […]

Derek T. Braslow

Why Isn’t the FDA More Concerned about Actemra?

Actemra (tocilizumab) is a drug used to treat moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis (RA). RA affects over 1.5 million people in the U.S. and women are three times more likely than men to get this disease. RA is a progressive, […]

Mark Bello

Michael Moore: One Thing

My wife and I are spending a little time in New York City. There are many things to love (or not love) about New York, but our favorite place is Broadway; we love the theatre. Monday evening we had the […]

Steven J. Klearman

U.S. Abandons Idea of Sleep Apnea Screening for Commercial Truck Drivers

Over the last several years, tractor-trailer drivers and train operators have been in the spotlight due to an emerging condition thought to be a bad mix with their unique work habits. Called obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, the condition causes […]

Ryan R. Bradley

Tort Reform Part Three: The Current Landscape

Tort Reform is the ultimate moving target. Ryan Bradley talks about the latest developments in the Federal and State Tort Reform battle.

Mark Bello

Minnesota Governor Calls Mosque Bombing ‘Act of Terrorism,’ and the White House?

While the FBI continues to search for a perpetrator who threw an improvised explosive device through a window of an imam’s office at the Dar Al Farooq mosque in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Whitehouse has yet to comment. Is there a […]

Jamie Sheller

What Are The Risks of Mirena?

Mirena is a t-shaped plastic (polyethylene) intrauterine device (IUD) that is inserted directly into a woman’s uterus by her healthcare provider.  Mirena also has strings attached to it that hang down from the plastic reservoir, which are supposed to provide […]

Jamie Sheller

Actemra Lawsuit – Heart and Lung Injuries

Lawsuit involving Actemra  are being filed alleging the rheumatoid arthritis medication increases the risks of heart failure, stroke, pancreatitis, lung disease, and gastrointestinal perforations (holes and tears). Plaintiffs’ attorneys claim patients being treated with Actemra are at the same risk […]

Mark Bello

The Art of Presenting the Deal

Yesterday was another a big day for ‘Trump’ news. It has been uncovered that shortly after taking office, Trump called the President of Mexico and begged him to stop publicly stating that Mexico will not pay for Trump’s, now infamous, […]

Bret Hanna

Helmets Matter

Utah is one of 28 states that does not require helmets for all motorcycle riders (required for riders 21 years old and younger). But more than half of motorcycle accidents involving riders not wearing helmets are fatal. That is according […]