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  • FDA Investigating Safety of Energy Drinks
    FDA Investigating Safety of Energy Drinks

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating the safety of popular energy drinks, after five people have reportedly died after consuming drinks made by Monster Beverage. The investigation ...

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  • FDA Medical Device Tracking System to Improve Patient Safety
    FDA Medical Device Tracking System to Improve Patient Safety

    Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finalized a new system for tracking medical devices. It is designed to better target product recalls and improve patient safety. As we have ...

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  • California Hospital Under Scrutiny After Patient Dies After Going Missing
    California Hospital Under Scrutiny After Patient Dies After Going Missing

    San Francisco General Hospital is facing tough questions after a patient wandered away from her room. The body of 57-year-old Lynne Spalding was found two weeks later in a hospital stairway. According ...

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  • FDA Seeking to Shut Down Medical Device Company Over Patient Infections
    FDA Seeking to Shut Down Medical Device Company Over Patient Infections

    Federal regulators are working to shut down a medical device company that produced ultrasound, mammography, and electrocardiogram gels that have been tied to at least 16 infections. Working with the ...

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  • California Public Safety Officials Calling for Awareness During Teen Driver Safety Week
    California Public Safety Officials Calling for Awareness During Teen Driver Safety Week

    The California Highway Patrol (CHP), Impact Teen Drivers, the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), and local law enforcement officers are joining forces to promote National Teen Driver Safety ...

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  • California Appeals Court Limits Liability Medical Confidentiality Act
    California Appeals Court Limits Liability Medical Confidentiality Act

    In a recent decision, the California Third Appellate Court severely limited liability under California’s Confidentiality of Medical Information Act by ruling that an unauthorized person must view the ...

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