Despite Bayer’s strident claims to the contrary, regulators in Ireland aren’t exactly certain the German company’s Essure “permanent” birth control device is a safe option. That uncertainty prompted the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) to decline renewal of Essure’s CE marking - the commercial license that allows the device to be sold in the EU.
Between July 2009 and March 2014, many households across the country received calls from an unfamiliar number that turned out to be a pre-recorded message informing the homeowner that they qualified for a free cruise. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it was, and given the fact that many people received multiple calls from the unfamiliar number, a class-action lawsuit was filed to bring an end to the robocalls. Fortunately for members of the lawsuit, a settlement was announced earlier this week. But who was responsible for the phone calls? Who filed the lawsuit?
Due to concerns of possible Salmonella enteriditis contamination, a Michigan poultry farm is recalling “shell eggs in eight counties.” The recall was issued shortly after an environmental sample from a “foodborne illness outbreak investigation” detected the presence of salmonella at LaBar Poultry Farm in Manistique. The farm itself is owned by Jeff and Heidi LaBar, and so far they, along with the Michigan agriculture department and the health department have been silent on the matter, media outlets report that LaBar Poultry Farm “has recalled eggs distributed to restaurants, grocery stores and directly to consumers.”
There are two things you don't want to see being made - sausage and legislation. ~ Otto von Bismarck. This axiomatic quote says it all: you don’t want to see these things being made because the process will likely turn your stomach. The latest effort by Washington’s true masters is no less disgusting. Lobbyists for the insurance and medical industries are proudly - and loudly - claiming responsibility for a recent medical malpractice reform bill.
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