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May 24, 2012

Generic drug makers not being held accountable

Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a generic drug manufacturer cannot be held liable if a consumer has a negative reaction to its generic medication. This means that the medicine a patient takes must be purchased as a name brand in order for that patient’s rights to be protected.

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May 14, 2012

Dear TSA, I will gladly take off my shoes

Transportation Security Administration announced that it is abandoning its search for scanners that would allow travelers to keep their shoes on during the airport security screening process. Passengers typically bemoan removing shoes and walking through security checkpoints in bare or stocking feet.

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May 7, 2012

Spring safety tips

According to the CDC, accidental injury accounts for a large percentage of adult deaths in the United States and the majority of deaths among children under the age of 14. That said, caution and safety should be high on your to-do list when enjoying gardening, hiking, biking and the many other springtime activities we all enjoy alone and with our friends and family.

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