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Ground Beef Recalled in Oregon

July 12, 2009

Ground Beef Recalled in Oregon

The United States Department of Agriculture issued a June 2 statement regarding S.P. Provisions, a Portland, OR company and their product recall of nearly 40,000 pounds of ground beef products. The products were recalled due to concerns of potential E. coli contamination. The recall includes five- and ten-pound bags of ground beef as well as…

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July 1, 2009

FDA Warns Against Using Hydroxycut®

The national Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is telling consumers to put a full line of Hydroxycut products back on the shelf in a recent addition to their online consumer safety resource site. The FDA has established a link between these products and a range of liver conditions, including several fatalities, according to an internal…

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June 23, 2009

Asbestos Study in Libby, MT

After many years in the spotlight as a Superfund site, the town of Libby in Montana is getting some much-needed attention in the form of an 8 million dollar federal effort to study the effects of asbestos exposure on local citizens. The Libby Amphibole Health Risk Initiative will include intensive research to document and identify…

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June 12, 2009

Zicam Cold Medicine Under Fire

It looks like trouble for pharmacy company Matrixx Initiatives: A Federal Food and Drug Administration warning has SEC officials looking into reports over a drug called Zicam that could be responsible for an unintended side effect called “Anosmia.” For the uninitiated, anosmia refers to a loss of the sense of smell. According to an original…

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June 8, 2009

Florida Securities Fraud News and Information Site

Florida securities fraud lawyers Farah & Farah, P.A., cordially invite you to visit FloridaSecuritiesFraud.com—a free online resource that brings news and information that matters to those harmed by securities fraud. The investment world has more than enough uncertainty without the added risk of securities fraud. Undisclosed conflicts of interest, insider information, unnecessary trades and investment…

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June 2, 2009

Insurance Association Opposes “Bad Faith” Auto Insurance Reform

New Jersey lawmakers are reviewing a proposal to bulk up consumer protection for state drivers involved in “bad faith” situations, including those where a driver is hit by an uninsured party and needs to recover costs from his or own insurer. However, the response from the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMICS), a major…

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May 28, 2009

The APLRC: Auto Product Liability from the Trenches

Along with the national agencies that regulate auto product liability, smaller local partners also keep an eye on automobile safety standards. One such local agency is the Automotive Product Liability Resource Center (APLRC.com), located in sunny Santa Barbara, CA. The goal of APLRC.com is to persuade the automobile manufacturers that it is more cost-efficient to…

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May 18, 2009

A New Look at Medical Malpractice

New reports from major news sources like the New York Times indicate that America’s new president may be willing to get serious about something doctors have been advocating for some time—a revision of medical malpractice laws. Though the majority of the Democratic base has traditionally spoken out against limits on medical malpractice suits, for years…

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May 14, 2009

Hydroxycut Recall Attorneys Launch New Resource Site

Because of the May 1 recall of the popular diet supplement Hydroxycut, Farah & Farah, P.A., created Hydroxycut-RecallAttorneys.com as an internet resource for those injured by Hydroxycut side effects. Discover the latest news about Iovate products affected by the recall and stay informed with updates about the potential and documented side effects of Hydroxycut. According…

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