Was there E-coli in my salad?

Blog,Product Liability | January 25, 2018

The Public Health Agency of Canada announced on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 that an outbreak of Shiga Toxin producing E. coli, has contaminated large shipments of romaine lettuce. Over 40 cases of the food born illness have been reported in Canada, while 18 people in over 15 states have reported sickness due to the E….

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Limbrel linked to Liver Injury

Blog,Limbrel,Product Liability | January 23, 2018

Osteoarthritis affects roughly 30 million Americans a year. This type of arthritis is also known as wear & tear arthritis. It often occurs in the weight-bearing joints of the body such as hips, knees, and spines. The cartilage that is typically elastic in the joint solidifies, making it easier for the cartilage to chip away…

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Ibuprofen linked to infertility in Men

Blog,Ibuprofen,Infertility,Product Liability | January 12, 2018

Are you a Male that has recently been diagnosed with infertility? A recent study demonstrates Ibuprofens link to Infertility in men. The study was completed by the PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America), where they found that young men that took large, frequent doses of Ibuprofen developed infertility. Many Americans use Ibuprofen…

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Cerebral Palsy: A Toddlers ruthless journey

Blog,News | January 7, 2018

Cerebral (of the brain) Palsy (lack of muscle control) or “CP” is considered a neurological disorder that effects hundreds of thousands of children and adults around the country. The disorder often occurs during birth commonly due to complications or medical negligence during the birth. Often though, symptoms due not appear immediately after the birth but can begin a couple years into the child’s life. Leaving families confused and ill prepared for the…

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Autonomous Driving: Who’s At Fault?

Blog,Library Articles,News | December 12, 2017

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that ninety-four percent of [auto] crashes can be tied back to a human choice or error. A few reasons why interest has grown in autonomous electric vehicles over the last couple of years is due to the advancements of Visual A.I (Artificial Intelligence) and camera technology, giving the vehicle…

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What to know when driving next to a Semi-Truck

Library Articles | December 4, 2017

If you’ve ever driven in or around Kentucky, Ohio, or Indiana, then you’ve most certainly been in contact with a semi-truck. This is especially true if you regularly drive on I-71 and I-75, and even the 275 loop. Kentucky’s highways are home to some of the most highly traveled routes for Semi-Truck drivers who are…

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