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New Study Finds PPIs Increase Stomach Cancer Risk
11.20.2017 News
Millions of Americans suffer from heartburn. In an effort to relieve their discomfort, many turn to proton pump inhibitors or PPIs, which can be obtained both over-the-counter and by prescription at almost every pharmacy. The past few years have seen the publication of several different studies linking the use of common PPIs like Nexium and Prilosec to serious side effects, but these pale in comparison to the latest study from researchers in the UK.
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Blog infotainment systems causing distracted driving
Infotainment Systems Causing Distracted Driving
11.13.2017 News
Technology has come a long way in recent years, making automobiles much safer. However, with advances in technology come new risks. While distracted driving is not new, there is a new cause in the form of the advanced infotainment systems in cars.
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Arkema Chemical Plant Responds To Lawsuits
11.06.2017 News
When Hurricane Harvey swept through Texas in late August, the people of Crosby, Texas had no idea about the ticking time bomb sitting practically in their backyards. The Arkema Chemical Plant in Crosby was storing dangerous organic peroxides when the plant lost electricity. Without electricity, the peroxides couldn’t be kept at a stable temperature and on August 31, 2017, the first of several explosions and fires broke out at the plant.
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Blog harris county receives failing grade for dangerous school zones
Harris County Receives Failing Grade For Dangerous School Zones
10.30.2017 News
Although schools are considered a safe place for kids, the reality is school zones present a considerable danger to students. Despite texting bans and lower maximum speed limits in school zones, many auto pedestrian accidents occur in school zones each year and Harris County has some of the most dangerous school zones in Texas.
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Blog the intertwined history of pelvic mesh and hernia mesh
The Intertwined History of Pelvic Mesh and Hernia Mesh
10.23.2017 News
For women suffering from pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic mesh seemed like a miracle cure. Unfortunately, the lack of clinical testing of pelvic mesh products led to massive recalls and lawsuits after women began experience debilitating and permanent injuries. Transvaginal mesh injuries are the same types of injuries suffered by hernia mesh patients, which should come as no surprise considering both products are made out of the same material. This has left many hernia mesh victims wondering why manufacturers didn’t take the hint.
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Blog houstonians still struggling with hurricane harvey claims
Houstonians Still Struggling With Hurricane Harvey Claims
10.16.2017 News
It’s been a month and half since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast, but many home and business owners are still grappling with the storm’s destruction. Recovery has been slow or impossible for some victims.
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Blog what s wrong with zimmer biomet shoulder implants
What’s Wrong With Zimmer Biomet Shoulder Implants?
10.09.2017 News
For over seven years, shoulders implants with high rates of fractures have been used in thousands of patients. The Zimmer Biomet Shoulder Implant has caused many patients to suffer permanent and debilitating injuries, including lack of function, lack of mobility, and chronic pain.
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Does Your Child’s School Bus Have Seatbelts?
10.02.2017 News
Texas is one of five states that have passed legislation regarding three point seatbelts in school buses. Last month, a new law went into effect that requires any new school buses to have three point seatbelts. Unfortunately, there are still many school buses on the road without seatbelts, which could mean the difference between life and death for young student passengers.
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Blog stockert 3t device causes infections in young patients
Stockert 3T Device Causes Infections In Young Patients
09.25.2017 News
Although it has been over a year since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued its warning regarding the Stockert 3T heater-cooler device, patients are still falling victim to its defective design. Recently, children who underwent cardiothoracic surgery in which the Stockert 3T was used have developed life-threatening infections because of the device.
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Blog first bellwether trials scheduled in taxotere litigation
First Bellwether Trials Scheduled in Taxotere Litigation
09.18.2017 News
For women who suffered permanent hair loss after undergoing cancer treatment, many questions were left unanswered by the manufacturer of the popular breast cancer drug, Taxotere. Luckily, federal court lawsuits filed against the company are making progress, and four bellwether trials have been scheduled.
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