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Nine dead, more than 100 infected by tainted steroids for back pain
It took more than a month for doctors to diagnose 67-year-old Lilian Cary with fungal meningitis and begin treatment. The Michigan woman was responding to the medication, and her fever had broken, but her frail body ultimately lost its battle
New study finds removal of transvaginal mesh may pose further injury
A new study published in the September issue of American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology warns that women who experience complications from transvaginal mesh devices may be putting themselves at risk for further injury and complications by opting to have
Stress urinary incontinence can make work more stressful
Work is stressful enough without having medical complications making a job more difficult. A new study shows that women who suffer from a common condition known as stress urinary incontinence are more likely to have difficulty with on-the-job and performance-related
Child death leads Blind Xpress to recall window blinds for strangulation hazard
In cooperation with Blind Xpress of Livonia, Michigan, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a recall of roughly 315,000 custom-made horizontal blinds and 139,000 vertical blinds due to a strangulation hazard.
Arrested BP engineer says secret evidence will clear him of charges
An engineer who was the first person to be arrested on charges related to BP’s 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill for deleting a series of text messages has asked the court to allow him to share undisclosed records that,
Traumatic brain injury victim on road to recovery after state fair stage collapse
A woman whose skull was crushed in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse last August is showing remarkable signs of recovery after the traumatic brain injury she received left her in a coma and on life support.
Space heater recalls you should know about
The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission urges caution when using portable heating devices, and has compiled a list of heaters that have been recalled for flaws or defects that pose a risk of fire. While these heaters should not show
Diet pill indicated as contributing cause of Bubba Smith’s death
Results from an autopsy indicate the diet pill phentermine contributed to the death of Bubba Smith, the towering all-pro football player-turned-actor and commercial spokesman. Smith was also found to have heart disease and high blood pressure. He was 66.