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  • Medical Culture Change Could Help Prevent Medical Errors
    Medical Culture Change Could Help Prevent Medical Errors

    Medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the United States. Unfortunately, the healthcare industry is traditionally not very forthcoming when it comes to revealing medical errors. To ...

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  • First Google Glasses Ticket Issued in San Diego
    First Google Glasses Ticket Issued in San Diego

    Texting is not the only culprit behind distracted driving. With today’s technology, drivers can surf the Internet, post on social media, and search for directions, all while behind the wheel. Google ...

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  • Johnson & Johnson to Pay $2.2 to Settle Risperdal Claims
    Johnson & Johnson to Pay $2.2 to Settle Risperdal Claims

    Johnson & Johnson will pay more than $2.2 billion to resolve criminal and civil charges that it improperly marketed the antipsychotic drug Risperdal. The pharmaceutical company is accused of targeting ...

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  • La Jolla Crash Highlights Teen Driving Risks
    La Jolla Crash Highlights Teen Driving Risks

    A recent motor vehicle crash in La Jolla highlights several important safety concerns. More than 16 teenagers were crammed into a sport utility vehicle when it rolled over on Muirlands Vista Way. ...

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  • New Study Confirms Robotic Surgery Fails to Live Up to the Hype
    New Study Confirms Robotic Surgery Fails to Live Up to the Hype

    Hospitals, doctors, and device makers frequently tout the benefits of robotic surgery. However, a new study highlights that it may be more costly and lead to more complications when compared to ...

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  • Could OTC Eye Drops and Nasal Sprays Put Your Children at Risk?
    Could OTC Eye Drops and Nasal Sprays Put Your Children at Risk?

    Child safety advocates are calling on drug companies to make over-the-counter eye drops and nose sprays safer for children . The active ingredients in these medications, known as imidazoline ...

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