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Young Males Face Serious Risks When Prescribed a Common Mood Disorder Drug

by Staff Blogger | November 16th, 2021

Risperdal, a medication designed to treat several mood and psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and irritability associated with autism is linked to gynecomastia—the development of breast tissue—in young males. This condition typically doesn’t go away on its own and often requires surgery to correct. Johnson & Johnson began marketing the drug to doctors to

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Diabetes Patients: Beware of Serious Drug Injuries

by Staff Blogger | November 9th, 2021

Type 2 diabetes can cause serious health problems that go far beyond the typical symptoms of the disease itself. People with Type 2 diabetes are at high risk for many complications, including heart disease, vision loss, kidney problems, nerve damage, amputations, and even death. To reduce their risk of these serious complications, many people with

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Hearing Loss After Military Service? It May Be Due to Defective Earplugs.

by Staff Blogger | November 2nd, 2021

There are many types of earplugs, ranging from consumer-grade earplugs designed to reduce the volume of loud noises like rock concerts and noisy neighbors to industrial-grade earplugs that are designed to protect users’ ears and hearing. The U.S. military purchased the latter type of earplugs to protect servicemembers during training exercises and live combat, but

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Preterm Babies Faced Serious Injury and Harm from Certain Infant Formulas

by Staff Blogger | October 26th, 2021

Seeing your child in distress due to illness or a serious health problem is many parents’ worst nightmare. It can be especially distressing for parents of preterm babies, whose low birth weight and immature organs put them at even greater risk of serious complications. Unfortunately, many preterm children born after 1991 suffered significant health problems

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