Dangerous Products

The youngest victims of the ever-growing opioid epidemic in the United States are toddlers. Toddlers are overdosing on opioids at an alarming rate due to accidental exposure and ingestion. A new study published in the medical journal Pediatrics finds single-dose drug packaging may be the answer to saving young lives.

Women rely on a variety of birth control methods, including medically implanted devices, to prevent unwanted pregnancies and give them the peace of mind that they need. Unfortunately, many women who relied upon the Essure birth control device have experienced serious complications. Some users of Essure have reported serious internal

For women considering breast implants after breast cancer surgery, trauma, injury, or breast augmentation simply for cosmetic reasons, the FDA wants you to be aware of an increased risk of a rare cancer associated with breast implants. A link between the rare cancer, known as BIA-ALCL (breast implant-acquired anaplastic large-cell

Dietary supplements claim they can do everything from enhancing athletic performance to improving cognitive function and providing overall health benefits, but a new Harvard study finds that some of these supplements may actually contain a purposefully mislabeled dangerous synthetic stimulant that could prove deadly. A study by Harvard researchers recently