Authorities confirmed ten people have been charged after they find a marijuana joint inside an Easter basket at a child’s school.
Health & Medicine
Friday, April 28 was not a good day for Johnson & Johnson and its Ethicon division. The most recent suit over the giant corporation’s TVT-Secur transvaginal mesh concluded and the jury found in favor of plaintiff, Margaret “Peggy” Engleman. The eight-woman, four-man jury awarded Ms. Engleman $20 million, the third multimillion-dollar verdict against J&J in
Judge Jorge Alonso submitted a ruling on Friday, April 28th, in a lawsuit alleging inadequate medical and dental care for prisoners that was filed against Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC).
Low-Dose Aspirin Over The Counter Cancer Deterrent
An Allegan County, MI, doctor is being investigated over allegations he performed unauthorized cosmetic surgeries out of a pole barn. An area woman represented by attorney John Hayes said she went to Dr. Bradley Bastow to have a liposuction performed. She’d seen him before in the past for the same procedure, visiting his regular office
The U.S. House of Representatives introduced a bill Thursday which would loosen Obama-era regulations on e-cigarettes. The proposal was brought about by Rep. Duncan Hunter (R) of California, a vocal and longtime supporter of the use of e-cigarettes, colloquially known as “vapes.” Under Barack Obama, the Food and Drug Administration began classifying e-cigarettes as tobacco
A medical malpractice lawsuit has been filed against a handful of emergency physicians and medical groups who tended to an Albany man at Holzer Clinic of Athens back on April 15, 2016. The man, Michael R. Gillen, 43, was later diagnosed with “necrotizing fasciitis, a rare “flesh-eating” bacterial infection that destroys soft tissue under the skin,” and tragically passed away on April 20, 2016, at the Ohio State University Medical Center where he had been diagnosed with the disease.
Police Discover Intoxicated Chihuahua Behind The Wheel
Hospital denies transgender patient reassignment surgery.
A researcher recently developed ImPACT, a computerized tool consisting of eight subtests,designed to pinpoint when athletes are put at risk.