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  • NY Giants Want to Help High Schools Better Handle Football-Related Head Injuries

    || 6-Dec-2014

    New York Giants Chairman Steve Tisch just donated $1.2 million to NYC public high schools, all in the name of safety. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the donation would go toward helping high school football teams set up special programs to respond to head injuries. Football-related head injuries have made headlines of late, with NFL stars such as Kevin Turner, Leonard Marshall, and Tony ...
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  • Drug Manufacturers Must Update Explanation of Risks to Expectant Mothers, Says FDA

    || 5-Dec-2014

    The Food and Drug Administration recently announced that pharmaceutical manufacturers have to change the way they explain the risks expectant mothers face when taking their drugs. According to the FDA, the current way drug companies explain health risks is confusing and outdated. The FDA is hoping to lower the amount of babies born with birth abnormalities caused by exposure to certain ...
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  • For Low-Risk Pregnancies, Home Births May Be the Best Option, Says Britain

    || 4-Dec-2014

    Britain's National Health Service recently announced that women with low-risk pregnancies should consider staying home to have their baby, aided by a midwife. According to these regulators, nearly half of all women have pregnancies deemed "uncomplicated." According to updated information from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, healthy women with low-risk ...
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  • FDA Warns Laparoscopic Power Morcellators Can Spread Cancer

    || 2-Dec-2014

    About 50,000 women annually in the United States undergo uterine surgery via medical devices called "laparoscopic power morcellators." Now, the Food and Drug Administration warns that the device can spread cancer cells. Surgeons in the United States have been cautioned by the FDA to stop using laparoscopic power morcellators to perform uterine surgeries on most women. The medical ...
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  • Stay away from the sprouts!

    || 19-Nov-2014

    I always loved getting alfalfa sprouts on sandwiches, but then there was that whole sprout-salmonella thing, and it became difficult to find sandwiches with sprouts. I had forgotten all about that until I read in the newspaper today about a salmonella outbreak involving clover sprouts. The sprouts are produced by Sprouters Northwest of Kent, WA, and were distributed in the Pacific Northwest. The ...
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  • Research Shows Tort Reform Laws to be Harmful

    || 6-Nov-2014

    The topic of medical negligence has made front page news in recent weeks, specifically in states where patient safety has eroded due to strict immunity or “tort reform laws.” In a recent Huffington Post blog titled: “ How Tort ‘Reform’ Ruins Health Care for Everyone ” author Joanne Doroshow outlines new research that shows how the impact of “tort ...
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  • U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers, for the fifth consecutive year, announced their 2015 “Best Law Firms” rankings. Paulson Coletti Trial Attorneys PC ranked in the 2015 “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® in the following areas: ● Tier 1, Portland-OR, Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs ● Tier 1, Portland-OR, ...
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  • Portland Car Accident Attorney Representation

    || 28-Oct-2014

    Our Portland, Oregon car accident attorneys have over 80 years of combined experience representing accident victims. We have these statistics on our website and wanted to share them again here on our blog so car accident victims had more educational information. According to national statistics, there are around 6 million auto wrecks per year, which results in close to 40,000 fatalities. Many ...
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