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    • The Potentially Fatal Dangers of Keyless Ignition Vehicles

      Nowadays, many cars have a convenient technology – called keyless ignition – that is used to start the vehicle. Instead of inserting a physical key, the driver gets in their car with the key fob ...

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    • Texting While Driving Now a Primary Offense in Florida

      After Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Friday (May 18), Florida will become one of the few remaining states in the country to criminalize texting while driving. Additionally, the new law will ...

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    • Purdue Pharma May Be Charged as Drug Dealer

      According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal , Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin, is in talks with the Justice Department to resolve criminal and civil probes related its alleged ...

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    • Hurricane Dorian is Approaching Florida: Are You Prepared?

      Attention all Floridians: Hurricane Dorian is expected to make landfall in Florida in the afternoon of Monday, September 2 nd . The wind and storms on the outer edge of the hurricane might be felt ...

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    • $2 Billion RoundUp Verdict Reduced to $86.7 Million by Judge’s Decision

      Alameda County Superior Court Judge Winifred Smith has recently reduced a $2 billion verdict against Monsanto down to just $86.7 million, or a reduction of about 96%. The verdict was first awarded to ...

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    • Drug-Dealing Doctor Sentenced for 40 Years for Opioid Prescriptions

      Over the course of two years, Dr. Joel Smithers prescribed more than 500,000 doses of opioids. Last week, he was convicted for more than 800 counts of prescribing the drug illegally, causing the death ...

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    • Purdue Pharma May Be Charged as Drug Dealer

      According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal , Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin, is in talks with the Justice Department to resolve criminal and civil probes related its alleged ...

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    • Pedestrian Deaths in the U.S. Reach the Highest Numbers Since the ‘90s

      In 2018, the number of pedestrians killed in accidents was the highest it’s been in 28 years. According to a report from the Governors Highway Safety Association, the increase in pedestrian deaths is ...

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    • Opioid Trial in Oklahoma Continues, Seeks to Hold Big Pharma Accountable for Opioid Epidemic

      The ongoing opioid epidemic is estimated to claim more than 30 lives across the country each day as people accidentally overdose on painkillers, gained primarily through prescriptions. Health industry ...

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    • Pedestrian Deaths in the U.S. Reach the Highest Numbers Since the ‘90s

      In 2018, the number of pedestrians killed in accidents was the highest it’s been in 28 years. According to a report from the Governors Highway Safety Association, the increase in pedestrian deaths is ...

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    • Johnson & Johnson Pays $572 Million for Igniting Opioid Epidemic

      Some patients enter a medical institution to be treated for pain and/or other ailments and leave with a debilitating addiction. Opioids are extremely addictive painkillers, to which patients can ...

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    • Doctors Ordered to Pay $24.5 Million for Death of Florida Mother After Childbirth

      After two hours of deliberation, a jury in Florida’s 17 th Circuit Court ruled that a team of doctors must pay $24.5 million to the family of a Florida resident Lilia Torres who passed away hours ...

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    • Manufacturers of Roundup Facing Lawsuits Based on Claims the Weed Killer Causes Cancer

      Bayer, the pharmaceutical enterprise known most famously for its aspirin products, bought agrochemical company Monsanto in 2018. Currently, Bayer is facing a number of lawsuits related to one of the ...

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