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Former School Groundskeeper Awarded $289 Million for Roundup-Related Cancer Diagnosis

by Staff Blogger | August 21st, 2018

A 46-year-old man who used Roundup weedkiller between 20 and 30 times per year while working as a school groundskeeper near San Francisco was awarded $289 million by a jury after he developed terminal cancer. Of the $289 million that the man will receive, $250 million are punitive damages designed to punish Monsanto for its

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Keyless Ignition Systems Could Lead to Fatal Carbon Monoxide Buildup

by Staff Blogger | May 15th, 2018

Being able to start or stop your vehicle with the touch of a button is both convenient and practical. However, the safety of that feature depends on its reliability, and recent reports suggest that not all vehicles shut off when drivers or passengers exit them with keys in hand. Per a report by the New

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What Are the Differences Between Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma?

by Staff Blogger | December 12th, 2017

People who are exposed to asbestos may be at risk of developing deadly conditions in and around their lungs, including mesothelioma and lung cancer. Both conditions cause similar symptoms during their development, including coughing, shortness of breath, chest pain, unexplained weight loss, and fatigue. Both conditions are serious and can even be fatal, but some of

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Talcum Powder Cancer Verdicts Exceed $100 Million

by Staff Blogger | July 4th, 2017

Talcum powder has been manufactured for decades and is commonly used in baby powders, body powders, cosmetics, and feminine washes. In recent years, products containing talcum powder have been linked to ovarian cancer in women. Talcum powders do not break down in the body, compounding the risk the longer the product is used. If you

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