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    • Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson for Over One Billion on Hip Implants

      Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson for Over One Billion on Hip Implants

      Johnson & Johnson has lost a third case regarding its defective, dangerous hip implants and have been ordered to pay out over one billion dollars!  This is a victory for the consumer patient against a giant manufacturing metal on metal […]

    • Samsung Washer Recall

      Samsung Washer Recall

      Samsung seems to be having a bad 2016.  The company’s latest recall involves 2.8 million top loader washing machines.  It seems the machines run the risk of falling apart while being used, making it possible that injuries would occur to […]

    • Pending Stryker Hip Replacement Product Recall

      Pending Stryker Hip Replacement Product Recall

      Stryker hip replacement products have been the subject of lawsuits in the past and it seems there is the likelihood that Stryker is putting out yet another defective hip product in its Stryker LFIT Anatomic CoCr V40 femoral heads.  These […]

    • Nestle Drumstick Recall

      Nestle Drumstick Recall

      Nestle is the latest food manufacturer to issue a recall of one of its product due to listeria contamination dangers.  The company’s  Drumstick ice cream cone is the product that tested positive in a Bakersfield, California manufacturing plant, so Nestle […]

    • Tyson Chicken Nugget Recall

      Tyson Chicken Nugget Recall

      Tyson Foods, Inc. is the latest food company issuing a recall.  The Sedalia, Missouri company is recalling around 132,520 pounds of chicken nuggets because they may contain hard plastic foreign matter.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspecion […]

    • Ford Door Latch Recall

      Ford Door Latch Recall

      Ford Motor Company has issued recalls of around 2.4 million of their vehicles after the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration held their feet to the fire.  They have been having issues with door latches that are prone to opening […]

    • FDA Bans Certain Antibacterial Soap Chemicals

      FDA Bans Certain Antibacterial Soap Chemicals

      The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a decree to antibacterial soap manufacturers that they can no longer use certain chemicals in their antibacterial soaps because they believe they possibly do harm while not being any better than regular […]

    • Questions About Links from Fetal Ultrasounds to Autism

      Questions About Links from Fetal Ultrasounds to Autism

      Most expectant parents are very excited to see ultrasound images of their baby in the womb throughout pregnancy and often want to see the sex of the baby using this technology as well.  However, with the boon of great technology […]

    • Head Injury Cognitive Tests Approved by FDA

      Head Injury Cognitive Tests Approved by FDA

      The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved testing devices for evaluating head injuries with two different computer program cognitive tests.  The Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment is one of the tests and the other is the Cognitive Testing (ImPACT) and ImPACT […]

    • The Latest Auto Recalls

      The Latest Auto Recalls

       seems we cannot go long without the need to let our readership know about further automobile recalls.  There’s a slew of new recalls out this August, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  Bentley Motors, Inc. has recalled […]