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  • When Medicines Harm
    When Medicines Harm

    When you’re sick, you go to the doctor. You trust your doctor to treat your illness so that you can get back on your feet as soon as possible. Many times, a prescription for a medication is ordered. ...

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  • Be Sure You Are Getting the Right Medicine
    Be Sure You Are Getting the Right Medicine

    You go to your doctor, you are prescribed a medication, and you have the script filled at the pharmacy. You’re on your way to feeling better, right? Not necessarily. “While estimates vary, it’s ...

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  • When Pain Kills
    When Pain Kills

    A report in the AARP Bulletin in September says that “46 Americans overdose on painkillers each day — and the numbers are rising for those over 55.” For a long time, according to the AARP findings, ...

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  • Northern District of Indiana in Hammond Issues Stay in Testosterone Replacement Therapy Case Pending Likely Transfer to Ongoing Multidistrict Litigation
    Northern District of Indiana in Hammond Issues Stay in Testosterone Replacement Therapy Case Pending Likely Transfer to Ongoing Multidistrict Litigation

    In Estate of Hoholek v. AbbVie, Inc. , a man apparently used testosterone replacement therapy medication prior to his death. Later, the man’s estate and his spouse filed a lawsuit against the ...

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  • New Database: Your FDA
    New Database: Your FDA

    In order to make important government health data available to consumers, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) launched a new initiative in June of this year. OpenFDA offers not only ...

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  • Understanding the Danger of Codeine for Children
    Understanding the Danger of Codeine for Children

    Although codeine is familiar to many consumers, it is not safe for pediatric patients. Earlier this year, a study published in the journal Pediatrics looked at prescribing patterns for the drug ...

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