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The Romaine Lettuce Recall Continues

Jun 21 2018 in Personal Injury

In late April and early May, a romaine lettuce recall warned consumers to avoid all brands due to an E. coli outbreak. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that although the outbreak originated in lettuce from Yuma, Arizona, consumers should avoid…

Salmonella Found in Eggs Leads to Hazardous Warning

Jun 20 2018 in Personal Injury

Food poisoning can be brought on by an array of bacteria in various foods. Eggs, in particular, are known for being susceptible to bacteria that can cause humans to become ill. Just recently, 35 people have become infected with salmonella after eating tainted eggs from…

Menstrual Cups Can Lead to Toxic Shock Syndrome

Jun 18 2018 in Product Liability

Menstrual cups, such as the DivaCup, Lunette, and Lena, have become a popular alternative to pads and tampons. Although they are an environmentally friendly option, they may be just as dangerous as tampons when it comes to certain health risks. A new study suggests that…

5 Tips to Help Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

Jun 15 2018 in Auto Accidents

If you have a young driver in your household, you may be worried about how to keep your teen driver safe. Moreover, more than 3,000 teenagers die each year in car crashes and even more suffer serious injuries. Be sure to follow the below tips…

Safety Tips for Using Fuel at Work

Jun 15 2018 in Workers' Compensation

Many jobs in the United States require being near fuel and other hazardous products. If you work in an industry where you are often near fuel, it is imperative that you take the proper safety precautions in order to protect yourself and others. In the…

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