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    • Organic Food Recalls On The Rise

      Organic Food Recalls On The Rise

      Organic food recalls are dramatically increasing, according to new data. In fact, these products accounted for 7 percent of all food units recalled so far this year, compared to only 2 percent last year. The data was compiled by Stericycle, […]

    • Lawsuit Against CVS for Overcharging for Generic Drugs

      Lawsuit Against CVS for Overcharging for Generic Drugs

      CVS national pharmacy chain is being sued by pharmacy customers for “intentionally overcharging for generic prescription drugs,” according to a lawsuit filed earlier this month in California. The alleged claims date back as far as 2008. The pharmacy chain is […]

    • Study: Serious Drug Side Effects Not Reported To FDA In Time

      Study: Serious Drug Side Effects Not Reported To FDA In Time

      Companies are failing to report an estimated one in ten serious and unexpected medication side effects to the FDA within 15-days, as required by federal regulations, according to a new study. Moreover drug manufacturers are even less prone to disclose […]

    • Motorcycle Safety & Statistics

      Motorcycle Safety & Statistics

      Something as simple as wearing protective clothing and a helmet can mean the difference between life and death when riding a motorcycle. With the summer months here and more people enjoying their bikes in the warm weather, it’s important remember […]

    • What You Need To Know About Foodborne Illnesses

      What You Need To Know About Foodborne Illnesses

      There are an estimated 48 million cases of foodborne illnesses reported every year according to the Federal government. To put that another way, 1 in 6 Americans get sick each year. And, each year these illnesses result in an estimated […]

    • Several Bottled Waters Recalled For E. coli

      Several Bottled Waters Recalled For E. coli

      A voluntary recall of bottled water was prompted by an E. coli scare. In total, Niagara Bottling, LLC, recalled 14 spring water products, including 7-Eleven and Wegmans brands among others. To date, there have been no reports of illness associated […]

    • Train Accidents On The Rise

      Train Accidents On The Rise

      The derailment of an Amtrak train in May brings the total number of train accidents for the year to five. Despite the Association of American Railroads boasting that 2014 was “the safest year on record for the railroad industry,” that […]

    • The Dangers Of Sleeping Pills

      The Dangers Of Sleeping Pills

      Insomnia strikes about 30 percent of people chronically and occurs in about 90 percent of people at some time in their life in response to stress. Insomnia however is not a disease or disorder but rather a symptom of a […]

    • 100M Cars Recalled Since Start of 2014

      100M Cars Recalled Since Start of 2014

      An estimated 100 million vehicles have been recalled in the U.S. since the start of 2014. Most of which have yet to be repaired. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there has been a record 74.2 million […]

    • Senate Bill 444 Aims To Change Nevada’s Anti-SLAPP Law

      Senate Bill 444 Aims To Change Nevada’s Anti-SLAPP Law

      Senate Bill 444, a bill that would substantially weaken Nevada’s anti-SLAPP statute, passed through state Senate and is now awaiting a hearing in the Assembly Judiciary Committee. SLAPP lawsuits, an acronym that stands for “strategic lawsuit against public participation,” is […]