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  • Former Owners of Farm Responsible for One of the Deadliest Listeria Outbreaks in U.S. History Plead...

  • Plaintiffs Seek Billion in Punitive Damages Over Texas Refinery Malfunction

  • Drug Resistant Superbugs Pose Urgent Threats, Report Says

  • Louisiana Towns Increase Water Testing Following Boy’s Death from Fatal Brain Infection

  • Quality Control Issues Raised as J&J Issues Second Recall this Week

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  • Avastin Tied to High Blood Pressure, Gastrointestinal Bleeding Risks

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24 Oct 2013

Former Owners of Farm Responsible for One of the Deadliest Listeria Outbreaks in U.S. History Plead Guilty

 Former Owners of Farm Responsible for One of the Deadliest Listeria Outbreaks in U.S. History Plead Guilty
Last month, prosecutors charged two brothers over a Listeria cantaloupe outbreak that killed 33 people in one of the deadliest foodborne illness outbreaks in United States history.
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20 Sep 2013

Plaintiffs Seek Billion in Punitive Damages Over Texas Refinery Malfunction

Plaintiffs Seek Billion in Punitive Damages Over Texas Refinery Malfunction
BP is facing the first of nearly 48,000 lawsuits alleging toxic exposure from people in the area of a Texas refinery who have promised to give the billions of dollars in punitive damages they seek to a charity, should their litigation be successful, according to Bloomberg.com.
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20 Sep 2013

Drug Resistant Superbugs Pose Urgent Threats, Report Says

Drug Resistant Superbugs Pose Urgent Threats, Report Says
Antibiotic misuse and overuse is a dangerous practice directly tied to antibiotic resistant diseases that wreak serious havoc on the body, increasing widespread drug resistance. Because antibiotic resistance has become so prevalent so rapidly, a lack of proper medication now exists
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20 Sep 2013

Louisiana Towns Increase Water Testing Following Boy’s Death from Fatal Brain Infection

Louisiana Towns Increase Water Testing Following Boy’s Death from Fatal Brain Infection
Some towns in Louisiana have increased water supply testing following the death of a four-year-old boy over a brain-eating amoeba that may be tied to the water there.
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19 Sep 2013

Quality Control Issues Raised as J&J Issues Second Recall this Week

Quality Control Issues Raised as J&J Issues Second Recall this Week
In one week, health care giant, Johnson & Johnson, recalled two of its key products over quality issues. This, after working to reverse some bad press over scores of recalls, also due to quality issues, over the past couple of years.
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