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The Leading Cause of Liver Failure in the U.S. May Be in Your Medicine Cabinet

by Staff Blogger | May 11th, 2021

The over-the-counter pain reliever aisles at supermarkets and pharmacies are huge. There are countless brands and formulations available, but most fall into four categories: Ibuprofen Aspirin Naproxen Acetaminophen All four of these pain relievers are effective at reducing the severity of pain, and they all have the potential to cause certain side effects. But acetaminophen

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What’s the Difference Between an Individual and Class-Action Lawsuit?

by Staff Blogger | May 4th, 2021

When people suffer serious drug injuries after taking dangerous prescription or over-the-counter medications, they usually aren’t the only ones. That’s because the complications they suffered are liable to happen to anyone, but the manufacturers of the medications either hid their knowledge of that or failed to properly test their products to learn of those dangers.

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How Bad Does a Drug Injury Have to Be to Sue the Manufacturer?

by Staff Blogger | April 27th, 2021

All prescription and over-the-counter drugs have the potential to cause patients to suffer adverse effects, reactions, and complications. In most cases, those adverse effects are already known and accounted for by their manufacturers and are listed as side effects. But sometimes, patients suffer complications that aren’t publicized side effects, and these can be constituted as

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How to Safely Store Your Medications

by Staff Blogger | April 20th, 2021

People who take a prescription medication are likely to take up to four different medications per day, including over-the-counter drugs. That means they may have many pill bottles they need to keep track of and store in their homes. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to store medications to maintain their effectiveness,

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