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A Jefferson County legislator says he has introduced a bill in the Alabama Legislature aimed at preventing brand-name manufacturers from being sued by consumers who use a generic version of their product made by a different company. HB617 - through
The nation's largest baby food makers face a lawsuit by an environmental group aimed at forcing them to alert consumers that some products contains low amounts of lead. The case scheduled for trial Monday will determine whether they should put
Since then, a whole class of NRTs have been recognized by the FDA that include skin patches, lozenges, nasal sprays, and inhalers, but because their intended use is to have you quit smoking as opposed to merely get a nicotine fix through a different
04/03/2013 10:40:08 AM PDT Updated: 04/04/2013 11:28:14 AM PDT This is the time of year when people tell me, as they return from their European vacations, that they drank bottle after bottle of wine with their meals and "never got a headache."
Since the labels were proposed two years ago to get people to quit smoking, the nation's largest tobacco companies, including R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Lorillard Tobacco, managed to halt implementation of the warning labels in the lower courts.
EDT March 16, 2013 Lawmakers in Arizona fear edible pot products, which include cookies and candy, might be consumed by children. The individually packaged brownies, lollipops and chocolate-dipped cookies for sale at the Green Halo dispensary in
The call was made by the lead author of a study recently released by the University of Adelaide2, Dr Jason Armfield, and was supported by the Australian Dental Association. The study found that 56% of Australian children aged five to 16 consumed at
Tuesday, January 22, 2013 by Healthy Child Staff Editor's Note: Back by popular demand, Healthy Child Healthy World is featuring the top 10 most popular blogs of 2012...Derived from petroleum, more than 15 million pounds of dyes are added to food
Portable pools are a popular choice for families during the summer months and can range in size from shallow inflatable blow-ups to pools as long as 10m. The warning labels will be required on portable pools and their retail packaging to increase
A box of cigarettes with generic packaging and a health warning of the same size as at present is seen in this composite image showing the front (L) and back of the box in an handout image released in this April 28, 2010 file photo. Australia's