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FDA Says That Certain Hand Sanitizers Aren’t Safe

by Staff Blogger | June 23rd, 2020

Due to COVID-19, hand sanitizer has become an essential item for many Americans. Using it is a quick and easy way to kill germs after touching surfaces or being in public places. However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently advised consumers to avoid or stop using all hand sanitizers manufactured by Eskbiochem SA

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Johnson & Johnson Pulls Talc Powder from the Market

by Staff Blogger | June 16th, 2020

In May 2020, Johnson & Johnson announced that it would stop selling its talc-based baby powder in American and Canadian markets after being hit with billions of dollars in judgments from lawsuits. Despite pulling the product from the market, Johnson & Johnson denies that the product is linked to health problems, including cancer. In 2018,

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Some Defective Drug and Product Injuries Take Years to Show Up

by Staff Blogger | February 11th, 2020

When many people think of drug injuries, they picture severe and acute reactions to medications that result in immediate symptoms like pain, swelling, rashes, and organ failure. But many drug injuries are slower acting and more insidious. Due to their defective manufacturing processes or toxic ingredients, these dangerous drugs may slowly poison the bodies of

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Did You Wear Earplugs in the Military? You May Have Suffered Injuries.

by Staff Blogger | January 28th, 2020

The U.S. government purchased thousands of earplugs from Aearo Technologies, Inc., and 3M Company between 2003-2015. The earplugs are double-sided, with one side reducing noise levels while allowing servicemembers to hear verbal commands, and the other side blocking out all noise for protection during combat and training exercises. However, it was later revealed that the

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