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Recent Study Reveals Toxin in Juul Pods Known to Cause Long-Term Lung Damage

Blog | February 13, 2020

The infamous electronic cigarette products made by Juul were put into a study at Harvard University. The study concluded that Juul pods contain a microbial toxin that can cause long-term lung damage. The researchers from Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health found that out of the 54 Juul pods they analyzed, 46% had detectable…

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Study: Nearly 80 Percent of Youth Feel Safe Vaping Despite Federal Ban

Blog | February 5, 2020

Despite tragic deaths, countless health risks, and a recent ban by the Food and Drug Administration, most young Americans are still stuck in their vaping habits. According to a recent study, by Harmony Healthcare, nearly 80% of Americans between 18 and 38 years old aren’t concerned about the negative health effects that come with actively…

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Study Finds Even Amid CDC Warnings, Teens are Still Vaping in Record Numbers

Blog | November 14, 2019

E-cigarettes and vape pens were introduced as a way to help adult smokers quit smoking. Unfortunately,that has not been the reality of who is using vape pens.Thanks to enticing marketing campaigns by manufacturers like Juul, younger generations have taken to using e-cigarettes and vape pens without realizing they contain nicotine or understanding the inherent risks….

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Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?

Blog | June 25, 2019

A lot of times we hear clients questioning if their personal injury situation is a feasible lawsuit. Every case is unique and different and not every injury will qualify for representation. Here are a few important questions you should ask yourself: Is Someone Else Liable? If your injury is due to the negligence of someone…

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Traumatic Brain Injuries: Know What to Look For

Blog,Traumatic Brain Injuries | May 5, 2019

At HENDY JOHNSON VAUGHN EMERY, we specialize in traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases. TBI is an injury to the brain from an external force which may cause brain dysfunction and is associated with neurological and cognitive deficiencies. Slips, trips, falls, automobile, motorcycle, and trucking accidents often result in TBI. TBI is often referred to as…

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King sued for malpractice, panel unanimously finds her at fault

Blog,Medical Malpractice | November 1, 2018

 by Ashley Sorce Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 7:10 am in Business, Community, News Former Owensboro nurse Karla King pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court last week, but she is also the defendant in a medical malpractice suit filed by Deborah Blandford. Deborah, also of Owensboro, filed the suit after her husband, James A. “Tony” Blandford, 58, died of a…

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March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

Birth Injury,Blog | March 27, 2018

Whenever a child is born with Cerebral Palsy, the family has a lot to prepare for. A lot of care is needed, which impacts how much time the family has for other things. Unfortunately, Cerebral Palsy demands the family manages their time and money well. Cerebral Palsy is a muscle disorder caused by permanent damage…

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