If you are a dog or cat owner, the FDA warns that certain flea and tick medicines may increase seizure risk in your pet. The class of drugs known as isoxazoline showed increased risk of neurologic events in dogs and cats, even absent a prior history of seizure. The FDA
A Philadelphia jury recently ordered Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals to pay $70 million to the family of a young Tennessee boy who developed female breasts after using Risperdal, an antipsychotic drug approved by the FDA in 2002 for limited use for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
Semi-autonomous vehicles claim to be safer than vehicles with human drivers because they operate through a sophisticated technological system of computers, cameras, sensors, and radar, thereby eliminating the unpredictable, error-prone and distracted driving of human drivers. Automakers market self-driving technology as a safety feature that improves roadway safety by reducing
The FDA may have grossly underestimated the number of fetal deaths caused by the birth control device Essure. That is the conclusion from an independent report that found more than 300 fetal deaths occurred because of the Essure birth control device, rather than the 5 originally reported by the FDA.
Most of us were raised to believe you always try to “do the right thing” living your life with integrity, truthful in your word and trustworthy in your actions. Sadly, although corporations are deemed “people” under the law, they frequently fail to “do the right thing” when choosing between people
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
In an attempt to deter corporate concealment about product safety and dangerous defects, three U. S. Senators recently introduced federal legislation that would hold corporate executives personally liable, both criminally and financially, for failing to timely disclose product safety defects. Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Robert Casey