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  • FDA Issues Warning About Heart Problems Linked to Common Antibiotic
    FDA Issues Warning About Heart Problems Linked to Common Antibiotic

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued a public warning about the safety of azithromycin (Zithromax or Zmax). The popular antibiotic can cause abnormal changes in the electrical ...

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  • Are You Giving Up Your Right to Sue When You
    Are You Giving Up Your Right to Sue When You "Like" A Brand?

    Most of us have, at one point or other in our lives, interacted online with a product or a brand. Whether it’s “liking” a brand’s Facebook page, entering a contest or using an online coupon, it’s ...

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  • Bicycle Fatalities On the Rise Tips for Staying Safe This Spring
    Bicycle Fatalities On the Rise Tips for Staying Safe This Spring

    A recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) confirms that fatal bicycle accidents are on the rise. Even more alarming for San Diego residents, California is one of six states ...

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  • Pearl Harbor Vet One of Countless Victims
    Pearl Harbor Vet One of Countless Victims

    As seniors suffer in silence, the rate of elder abuse is growing at an alarming rate. As reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune , sheriff’s deputies discovered 93-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor ...

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  • High Number of Early Elective Deliveries in California Hospitals May Lead to Birth Injuries
    High Number of Early Elective Deliveries in California Hospitals May Lead to Birth Injuries

    According to the hospital quality watchdog The Leapfrog Group, some California hospitals are electively delivering more than 40 percent of newborn babies early for no valid medical reason. This is an ...

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  • New Concussion Diagnosis Guidelines Aim to Protect Injured Athletes
    New Concussion Diagnosis Guidelines Aim to Protect Injured Athletes

    Concussions may be the mildest form of traumatic brain injury. However, if they are not properly diagnosed and treated, they can have serious long-term consequences. The American Academy of Neurology ...

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