2 July 2008

Results were published earlier this year of a nationwide study done by the American Cancer Society. They compared the stage of cancer when it was diagnosed with whether or not

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1 July 2008

A new DUI bill may be signed this week by Gov. Ted Strickland to give Ohio police greater power over DUI suspects. Drivers with three or more convictions for driving

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25 June 2008

This past Tuesday, June 24, about 320,000 cribs were recalled because they have wooden slats and spindles which can break. The baby would then be potentially trapped and in danger

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23 June 2008

Bisphenol A (BPA) is an organic compound used in the manufacture of a group of plastics known as polycarbonates. These plastics are easily molded into desired shapes and widely used

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19 June 2008

A U.S. District Court Judge in Florida refused on April 8 this year to dismiss a lawsuit against pet food companies over the the way pet foods are advertised. Many

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18 June 2008

This month the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) is settling a case with Wal-Mart where Wal-Mart was charged with first failing to accommodate a disabled employee, and then firing her

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12 June 2008

On June 7, Justice Paul Pfeifer of the Ohio Supreme Court issued a majority opinion statement in the case of one Stephen Gaydosh concerning his loss of vision. In

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9 June 2008

The term mesothelioma means malignant tumors on the mesothelium, which is a lining around many of the body’s organs. The lungs have one called the pleura, and the abdominal cavity

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5 June 2008

On May 29, 2008, a Texas appeals court reversed a $26 million verdict previously made against Merck & Co., the manufacturer of Vioxx. It found no evidence to support t

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3 June 2008

The term cerebral palsy (CP) includes a range of neurological conditions which appear in early childhood, usually by three years of age. Abnormalities in the brain areas which control musc

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29 May 2008

Last week, federal health officials announced a new monitoring system called Sentinel Initiative for assessing drugs which have been FDA-approved and then marketed. The plan is to use Medicare claims

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