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  • "Miracle on the Hudson" Pilot Now Crusades Against Medical Errors

    After safely landing his US Airways jet in the middle of the Hudson River, Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger has devoted his retirement to improving safety. However, his efforts have been focused on ...

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  • Say Cheese: Red Light Cameras to Stay in San Diego
    Say Cheese: Red Light Cameras to Stay in San Diego

    Cities across San Diego County that use red light cameras have no plans to pull the plug on them, citing reductions in both traffic violations and accidents at the intersections that have them, Sign ...

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  • Legislation Calls for Stricter Oversight of Dietary Supplements
    Legislation Calls for Stricter Oversight of Dietary Supplements

    Federal lawmakers have introduced legislation to protect consumers from potentially dangerous dietary supplements. The Dietary Supplement Labeling Act, introduced by Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and ...

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  • Medical Malpractice Reform Is One Step Closer in California
    Medical Malpractice Reform Is One Step Closer in California

    California is one step closer to bringing about significant medical malpractice reform. Late last month, Consumer Watchdog and Bob Pack, the California father of two children killed by a drugged ...

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  • Are Patients Undergoing Unnecessary Knee Replacements?
    Are Patients Undergoing Unnecessary Knee Replacements?

    Doctors are recommending knee replacement surgery to patients who may not need it, according to a new study. It found that one-third of knee replacement surgeries performed in the United States may be ...

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  • Medical Tests and Misdiagnosis: The Dangerous Connection
    Medical Tests and Misdiagnosis: The Dangerous Connection

    Doctors often rely on high-tech medical tests to detect a range of diseases and conditions. While ultrasounds, CT scans, and MRIs can provide a wealth of information, they must be performed and ...

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