Justice Department Investigating Johnson & Johnson for Concealing Talcum Powder Cancer Risks

The possible link between Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder and ovarian cancer has been the subject of numerous health studies,…

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Juul E-Cigarettes Leave a Cloud of Addiction and Potential Health Risks

 

According to Juul Labs, makers of the most popular e-cigarette on the market, Juul devices were developed to provide adult…

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Antidepressants, Bladder Drugs Tied to Nearly 50% Higher Dementia Risk

For anyone who has experienced it firsthand, dementia is one of the most difficult and heartbreaking medical conditions. The loss…

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A Divided Court Decides a Contentious Census Dispute

In a closely-watched case, the United States Supreme Court recently ruled that the Commerce Department may not proceed with its…

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France, Canada Ban Textured Breast Implants Over Increased Cancer Risk

In terms of cosmetic surgery, breast implants are by far the most popular procedure. In 2018, over 313,000 breast augmentation…

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Illinois Supreme Court Upholds Scope of Biometric Information Privacy Act

Last year, we wrote about the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). The 2008 act requires companies to obtain affirmative…

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9th Circuit Rules CFPB Leadership Structure is Constitutional

We’ve talked a lot about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) over the years. We’ve applauded the bureau’s work going…

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Lawsuits Allege Amazon Discriminates Against Muslims and Pregnant Women

Amazon has received numerous complaints from current and former employees over the years, ranging from warehouse conditions that treat workers…

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FDA Ending Controversial ‘Alternative Summary Reporting’ Program for Faulty Medical Devices

For decades, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has allowed certain medical device manufacturers including Covidien (now a division of…

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Study Confirms Link Between Diabetes Drugs and Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Adverse effects from prescription drugs are extremely common, ranging from relatively minor inconveniences like dry mouth and drowsiness to serious…

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