Harmful Drugs and Medical Devices Blog

Each year, unsafe drugs and defective medical devices cause countless disabling personal injuries, even death. Some of these products are recalled, while others are allowed to stay on the market.

The Harm of Oversimplifying Low Testosterone

Published on May 20, 2015 by

As Albert Einstein once said, "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." When problems are made out to be simpler than they actually are, false conclusions are inevitable.

Critics suggest that the oversimplification of the Low T problem began with the publication of "The He ...

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Xarelto: Irony at the Racetracks

Published on May 18, 2015 by

Although it's not exactly a scientific study, a recent predicament involving Janssen Pharmaceuticals-sponsored NASCAR driver Brian Vickers has raised a few eyebrows. Vickers, the main sponsor spokesman for the company's drug Xarelto, suffered a blood clot that prevented him from participating in an Auto Club Speedway race in March.


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Zofran and Effects on the Mother

Published on May 15, 2015 by

The birth defect research is obviously disturbing; however, Zofran (also technically known as “Ondansetron”) has also been linked with medical issues for the mother, including heart problems and a condition known as Serotonin Syndrome (SS). Let’s explore both of these issues.

Serotonin Syndrome and Zofran

If you recall, Zofran ...

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