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  • FDA Calls for Additional Monitoring of Defective Heart Devices
    FDA Calls for Additional Monitoring of Defective Heart Devices

    The Food and Drug Administration is calling for additional studies regarding the safety of recalled heart devices made by St. Jude Medical. As we previously reported on this blog, the medical devices ...

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  • Antibacterial Chemical Popular Products Raises Safety Issues
    Antibacterial Chemical Popular Products Raises Safety Issues

    The Food and Drug Administration is looking into the safety of a key ingredient in many antibacterial soaps on the market, according to the New York Times . The chemical—known as triclosan—was ...

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  • Free VIN Search Will Help Consumers Detect Uncompleted Recalls
    Free VIN Search Will Help Consumers Detect Uncompleted Recalls

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced that it has finalized a rule that will require automakers and motorcycle manufacturers to provide consumers with a free ...

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  • FDA Issues Warning About Codeine and Children
    FDA Issues Warning About Codeine and Children

    Children are commonly given codeine to treat pain after surgery to remove their tonsils or adenoids. However, codeine has the potential for serious complications in some children, according to a new ...

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  • Common Mistakes Can Lead to a Bicycle Crash
    Common Mistakes Can Lead to a Bicycle Crash

    While bicycle accidents are not as common as car crashes, they are often more devastating for the victims. Skull, chest, or abdominal injuries, broken limbs, and severe lacerations are all common. In ...

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  • Government Launches New Safety Initiative: Everyone Is a Pedestrian
    Government Launches New Safety Initiative: Everyone Is a Pedestrian

    The federal government recently announced a new safety campaign intended to make our streets safer for those who travel on foot. The initiative, spearheaded by the National Highway Transportation ...

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