Medicine Is A Product Too
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Medicine Is A Product Too
Apr 12, 2019

Children are our most vulnerable population. They are dependent on the adults around them. Whatever they do or do not consume is dependent on an adult around them. Even if you are the most careful of parents, your children may still be at risk to get injured due to a defective product. We aren’t just

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Why Is Filing a Medical Malpractice Suit Hard?
Apr 06, 2019

The legal world is hard to describe. Unfortunately, it isn’t always about finding the right from the wrong. Medical Malpractice is proving that a caretaker breached a duty of care. In order to create a successful case, you need a team of legal assistants who have the education and patience to carry you through the

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Tyson Foods Recalls Nearly 35 Tons of Chicken Strip Products, Cites Metal Contamination
Apr 05, 2019

If you or your family are fans of Tyson Foods’ frozen chicken products, it’s time to check your freezer. Tyson has recalled around 69,093 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strip products due to concerns that they may be contaminated with pieces of metal. The recall involves products shipped to retailers nationwide and for institutional use

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California Avocados Recalled Due to Deadly Bacteria
Mar 30, 2019

Consumers trust that the food they purchase for consumption at local grocery stores, while not always the freshest, is at minimum, safe to eat. But that is not always the case, as we’re seeing play out right now in California and five other states where avocados, those innocuous-looking fruits you likely turn into guacamole in

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Vacation Turned Tragedy
Mar 29, 2019

It is hard not to be discouraged by the world when the news is constantly bombarding us with horrific images and tales of violent behavior. It is hard to ingest this news because you want to feel safe and loved. Yet, how can you when there are wars and famines? Often in times of need,

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Only 6% Of People Actually Look For Defective Products
Mar 23, 2019

Defective products are when a product is released to the public and it is discovered that it can cause some form of harm to the consumer. Most recalls occur without any known damage. For example, toys are recalled because someone caught the error before a child was able to get hurt. Defective products can cause

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Police Make Mistakes
Mar 22, 2019

There is a complex in our community where we believe that professionals like doctors, police, attorneys, judges, or other higher ranking officials can’t make mistakes or they know everything. That is so far from the truth. Everyone who works those professions gets out of bed, brushes their teeth, and gets dressed just like everyone else.

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5 Steps When Filing Medical Malpractice
Mar 16, 2019

Our health care system is just as challenging, confusing, and daunting as our immigration system. When we send our loved ones to the hospital the only thing we can do is pray and hope that a cure is found. While we wait for diagnosis or surgery, we contemplate things like how are we to afford

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Over 15 Tons Of Beef Recalled
Mar 15, 2019

When a consumer called Washington Beef, LLC, to complain about unknown materials they discovered in their meat, they probably did not know they would trigger a massive recall. On March 3, the company, in conjunction with the US Department of Agriculture, issued a recall on over 30,000 pounds of beef products. The company has not

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Medical Mistakes Are Detrimental
Mar 09, 2019

When Leilani Schweitzer experienced an incredible loss due to a medical mistake, she turned her grieving into a powerful force that seeks to help others dealing with similar situations. Schweitzer is currently a patient liaison for Stanford University Hospital’s Risk Management team and her job is to help mediate adverse outcomes (mistakes) when they occur

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