Over 250 Women File Lawsuits Over Zofran Birth Defects

Over 250 lawsuits have been filed by women who had a baby with a birth defect after taking the anti-nausea drug Zofran during pregnancy.

/ June 13, 2016

W-18: World’s Most Dangerous Drug Still Legal in U.S.

Canada banned W-18 in May and legislation is pending to ban it in the United States. For now, the most dangerous drug in the world is still legal.

/ June 10, 2016

2nd Amendment Does Not Give Right to Concealed Carry

Supreme Court still has not decided whether the 2nd Amendment gives you the right to carry a firearm openly in public.

/ June 9, 2016

Hillary Clinton Clinches Democratic Presidential Nomination

Here's a breakdown of Tuesday's presidential primary election results.

/ June 8, 2016

Getting High on Imodium Causes Heart Problems, FDA Warns

There is always some crazy new way people are getting high, and now we can add Imodium to list. But the risks include severe heart problems and death.

/ June 7, 2016

Uterine Cancer Victims May Be Eligible for Big Settlement

Johnson & Johnson has agreed to settle dozens of morcellator lawsuits for between $100,000 and $1 million per case.

/ June 6, 2016

Migraine Patch Under FDA Scrutiny for Causing Burns and Scars

FDA investigates "large number" of reports of severe skin reactions from the Zecuity® migraine patch.

/ June 3, 2016

Watch Out for Grill Brush Bristles in Your Burger

Grill brushes remove burnt-on gunk that clogs grill grates — but did you know they can be dangerous?

/ June 2, 2016

Texas Man Files Cook Günther Tulip IVC Filter Lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed by a man from Texas who was implanted with the Günther Tulip at a hospital in Dallas in July 2005.

/ June 1, 2016

General Mills Recalls 10 Million Pounds of Flour After E. Coli Outbreak

Check your cupboards… 10 million lbs of flour recalled for E. coli and 38 people are sick in 20 states.

/ June 1, 2016