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    Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Zantac

    According to data from laboratory testing of Zantac, a common over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription heartburn drug, the medication is contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical. N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is a chemical used in petroleum-based industrial products. During lab tests, researchers detected NDMA levels more than 3,170 times greater than the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) daily intake[…]

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    Three of the Most Problematic Medical Devices

    Recently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released more than 6 million reports, all of which detail problems and concerns with an array of medical devices. These reports were not available to the public until now, and all thanks to a fairly new software system developed by a company in order to translate the overwhelming[…]

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    FDA recalls Allergan-Brand Breast Implants After Cancer Link

    Countries across the globe have been calling on Allergan to recall many of its textured breast implant products, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently followed suit. Allergan, a Dublin-based manufacturing company, issued a worldwide recall for some of its textured saline and silicone-filled implants, as well as models of tissue expanding products[…]

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    Transvaginal Mesh Devices Still Causing Injuries

    Despite the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) ordering of transvaginal mesh products off the market, the move came far too late for many women already injured – some irreversibly so – from these unsafe medical devices. What is pelvic organ prolapse and how does it happen? Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a disorder in which[…]

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    U.S., Mexican, and Canadian Consumer Safety Groups Come Together With Product Recommendations

    For the first time ever, the three product safety agencies of North America have come to a consensus on improving the safety of USB (universal serial bus) and AC (alternating current) chargers. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has joined with the Consumer Protection Federal Agency (PROFECO) of Mexico, as well as Health Canada. In[…]

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