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Zadroga Act Cancer Decision Expected This Week

The federal official tasked with determining what ailments should be covered by the federal Zadroga Act is expected to decide by Saturday if certain cancers will be eligible for compensation. The decision is being eagerly awaited by thousands of first responders who believe they developed cancer due to exposure ...

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Research Study Confirms Fracking Cause of Ohio Earthquakes

Research Study Confirms Fracking as Cause of Ohio Earthquakes

Fracking operation near Poland Township, Ohio, activated a previously unknown fault in the, causing 77 earthquakes with magnitudes ranging from 1.0 to 3.0 in March 2014.

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West Virginia Man Claims Metal-on-Metal DePuy Pinnacle Hip Replacement Led to Pain, Elevated Cobalt Levels

A West Virginia man fitted with a metal-on-metal version of DePuy Orthopaedics’ Pinnacle Hip Implant System has filed suit against the company and its parent, Johnson & Johnson, alleging the device caused him to suffer pain and elevated cobalt levels. The Plaintiff is being represented by the national law ...

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Three Injured, Long Island Railroad Train Hits Car on Tracks

Three Injured When Long Island Railroad Train Hits Car on Tracks

Three people, including a train engineer, were injured on Wednesday when a Long Island Rail Road train hit a livery cab on the tracks west of Wyandanch station, LIRR officials said. LIRR spokesman Salvatore Arena said the driver of the Lincoln Town Car was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center ...

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Government Penalizes 721 Hospitals for High Rates of Infections, Injuries

Medicare is reducing payments to 721 hospitals, one out of every seven hospitals in the nation, for having high rates of “hospital-acquired” conditions (HAC.

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British Recall of Smith & Nephew Renasys Wound Care System

British Recall of Smith & Nephew Renasys Wound Care System for Infection Risk

The MHRA announced the recall of Smith & Nephew Renasys wound care devices - risk of maceration, infection, loss of negative pressure, or unrecognized bleeding in wounds.

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FDA Questions Device Makers about Duodenoscope Cleaning Procedures

Following Deadly Outbreaks, FDA Questions Device Makers about Duodenoscope Cleaning Procedures

In light of a recent outbreak linked to contaminated duodenoscopes, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is questioning manufacturers about their methods for cleaning the devices, the New York Times reports. The specialized scopes, which have been linked to several outbreaks in recent years, most recently infected seven patients ...

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Failing DePuy ASR Hip Implants Sending Hundreds of Australians Back to the OR

Roughly 1,000 people in Australia have had to undergo revision surgeries because of failed DePuy ASR hip implants. According to TheAge.com, DePuy Orthopaedics has heard from more than 4,000 people in Australia and New Zealand seeking help with the recalled metal-on-metal hip replacement devices.

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Pradaxa Associated with more Complications than Warfarin, According to Early Study Findings

Early results from the largest study to date to compare Pradaxa and warfarin indicate that in a real-world setting, Pradaxa causes more complications than decades-old warfarin. The preliminary study results were announced last week, during the 2012 Thrombosis and Hemostasis Summit of North America.

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Sweet Leaf Recalls Teas in Glass Bottles for Possible Glass Fragments

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On December 10, the Sweet Leaf Tea Company announced a voluntary recall of Sweet Leaf Tea in 16-ounce glass bottles because of the possible presence of glass fragments. This was the result of glass breakage during the filling process. Consumers … Continue reading

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Class 1 Recall for eVent Ventilators: Ventilator May Shut Off without Sounding Alarm

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Medical device maker eVent Medical is recalling the LS, 5i, or 7i Inspiration ventilators because a faulty switch on the ventilators’ power board may fail, causing the ventilator to shut down without sounding an alarm. If the ventilator shuts down, … Continue reading

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FDA Orders Custom Ultrasonics to Recall AERs Used to Clean Duodenoscopes

FDA order Recall on AERs Used to Clean Duodenoscopes

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ordered Custom Ultrasonics to recall all of its automated endoscope reprocessors (AERs), devices used to sterilized special medical scopes such as duodenoscopes. According to a Nov. 13 announcement, the recall is being … Continue reading

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Hamilton G5 Ventilators Recalled Due to Risk of Alarm Failure

Hamilton G5 Ventilators Recalled Due to Risk of Alarm Failure

Hamilton G5 ventilators, which are used to provide breathing support to adults, children, infant and newborn patients in health care facilities, have been recalled. According to a recall notice posted on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA)’s website, the … Continue reading

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General Motors Recalls Cars at Risk for Engine Fires, Some for the Second Time

General Motors Recalls Cars at Risk for Engine Fires

More than 1,300 General Motors cars have caught fire even after a recall repair that was supposed to prevent an engine fire. GM has acknowledged that the repair did not work. The company issued a new recall for 1.4 million … Continue reading

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Sure Signal Heat-Activated Fire Alarms Recalled Due to Failure to Alert Consumers to a Fire

Sure Signal Heat-Activated Fire Alarms Recalled

Sure Signal Products has recalled more than 375,000 heat-activated fire alarms because a defective sensor can cause the alarm to fail to alert consumers of a fire. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced the recall on its web … Continue reading

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Texas Compounding Pharmacy Recalls Possibly Contaminated Sterile Drug Products

Texas Compounding Pharmacy Recalls Contaminated Products

A Dallas, Texas compounding pharmacy that has previously been cited for safety issues by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), once again faces problems with the federal drug regulator. Downing Labs in Farmers Branch was cited for failing to investigate … Continue reading

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Due to Fire Risk, Toyota Recalls 6.5M Cars

Due to Fire Risk, Toyota Recalls 6.5M Cars

Due to a defect in the driver’s side window that presents a fire hazard, Toyota is recalling 6.5 million vehicles. The recall affects roughly 2 million cars in the US. The problem is that the power-window master switch may have … Continue reading

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GoGo squeez Recalls Applesauce

GoGo squeez Recalls Applesauce

Due to the presence of mold, snack brand GoGo squeeZ is voluntarily recalling pouches of applesauce. The affected products, which were made in the US, have a “best before date” between June 30, 2016 and July 26, 2016. The company … Continue reading

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Aspen Foods Frozen Chicken Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Aspen Foods Frozen Chicken Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk

Due to potential salmonella risks, Aspen Foods is recalling roughly 561,000 pounds of frozen, raw stuffed and breaded chicken products. The recall affects items produced between August 25 and September 17 and have ‘best if used by’ dates of August … Continue reading

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