Blog Posts in April, 2016

  • Taxotere and Links to Permanent Hair Loss

    Originally approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration in 2004 to treat women with breast cancer, Taxotere (docetaxel) has been linked to the possibility of permanent hair loss . The ...
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  • Heart Failure a Side Effect of Saxagliptin?

    Saxagliptin , a type 2 diabetes drug, has been linked to potential heart failure. According to a recent update announced by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), type 2 diabetes drugs ...
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  • How E-Cigarettes Work

    E-cigarettes are continuously growing in popularity. They have been marketed as a safe alternative to regular cigarettes. Not everyone understands how they work, though. At Spangenberg Shibley & Liber ...
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  • Getting a Grip around Dangerously Powdered Latex Gloves

    Before being examined by a doctor, nurse or other health worker, you should ask your medical professional whether or not they use latex gloves that contain a powder. Public Citizen , a consumer ...
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  • A Patient's Guide to Medical Malpractice

    Any time you go to a doctor’s office, you want to make sure that your care provider is qualified. This is especially true when there is something seriously wrong and you are seeking answers. ...
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  • History of E-Cigarette Explosions

    Thousands and thousands of people are now using e-cigarettes as an alternative for their smoking habits. Unfortunately, in doing so, they are often ignoring the warnings of potential danger that are ...
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  • Let's Talk About Talc

    Talc is a mineral made up mainly of silicon, oxygen, and magnesium. When used as a hygienic powder, it absorbs moisture and cuts down on friction and chafing. Adding a fragrance to it, as Johnson & ...
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