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February 2016 Archives

E-cigarette use is exploding, and so are e-cigarettes themselves

There's really no more room for debate about the fact that cigarettes are bad for your health. Because of the dangers, many Americans are switching to e-cigarettes, electronic devices that deliver nicotine and flavoring in water vapor instead of smoke.

E-cigarette use is exploding, and so are e-cigarettes themselves

There's really no more room for debate about the fact that cigarettes are bad for your health. Because of the dangers, many Americans are switching to e-cigarettes, electronic devices that deliver nicotine and flavoring in water vapor instead of smoke.

How do I know a manufacturer has lived up to the duty to warn?

If you've looked at the label of nearly any product you buy in Houston these days chances are good there is some sort of warning attached. This is an effort on the part of the manufacturer to limit any possible liability in the event a consumer suffers injury due to product defect or product misuse.

How do I know a manufacturer has lived up to the duty to warn?

If you've looked at the label of nearly any product you buy in Houston these days chances are good there is some sort of warning attached. This is an effort on the part of the manufacturer to limit any possible liability in the event a consumer suffers injury due to product defect or product misuse.

Consumers raise questions about possible defective drugs

Clinical trials are intended to protect the general public by determining whether a medication is actually effective and whether it has any drastic side effects. Patients in Texas and across the rest of the United States rely on these trials and the approval of the Food and Drug Administration to keep defective drugs off of the market. However, the validity of a clinical trial used for a popular blood thinner and heart drug has recently been called into question.

Consumers raise questions about possible defective drugs

Clinical trials are intended to protect the general public by determining whether a medication is actually effective and whether it has any drastic side effects. Patients in Texas and across the rest of the United States rely on these trials and the approval of the Food and Drug Administration to keep defective drugs off of the market. However, the validity of a clinical trial used for a popular blood thinner and heart drug has recently been called into question.

With so many vehicle recalls, we all need to do our own research

Earlier this month, we wrote about the ongoing scandal involving defective Takata airbags. The recall now includes tens of millions of vehicles made by 14 major auto manufacturers, and it seems as though regulators still do not know the full scope of the problem.

With so many vehicle recalls, we all need to do our own research

Earlier this month, we wrote about the ongoing scandal involving defective Takata airbags. The recall now includes tens of millions of vehicles made by 14 major auto manufacturers, and it seems as though regulators still do not know the full scope of the problem.

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