Personal Injury

Depo-Provera Questions Answered

    Depo-Provera Questions Answered
Introduction Depo-Provera is the brand name of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate which is a drug that prevents pregnancy.  It is manufactured and distributed by the Pfizer Corporation.  It is administered via
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Facts to Know About Effexor

IntroductionEffexor is the brand name of antidepressant venlafaxine belonging to the selective serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SSNRI) that allows the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine to slow down and build
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Ephedra

IntroductionEphedra is a medicinal plant that is banned in the United States.  The ban was issues specifically against diet supplements containing Ephedra for dangerous side effects.  Ephedra has been used
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Evista: Dangers and Side Effects

IntroductionEvista is the brand name of Raloxifene that is used to treat osteoporosis (loss of bone density) in menopausal women.  It is taken once a day and tricks the body
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Fen-Phen FAQS

IntroductionFen-Phen is a drug combination that consists of fenfluramine and pherntermine and was used to treat obesity.  It has since
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Fosamax Dangers You Must Know

IntroductionFosamax is the brand name for Alendronic acid, marketed by the Merck Corporation for the treatment of bone loss.  A
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Guidant Defibrillator/Pacemaker Defects

Introduction: A Guidant Defibrillator/Pacemaker is a cardiovascular regulatory device designed by the Guidant Corporation.  Guidant was a spinoff of Eli Lilly
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Dangers of Hookah

IntroductionA hookah is a type of tobacco pipe that uses water in a glass base to cool the smoke before
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LASIK Eye Surgery Complications

IntroductionLASIK is a medical procedure that uses a laser to correct vision problems such as myopia (shortsightedness), hyperia (farsightedness) and
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Lead Poisoning FAQS

IntroductionLead poisoning occurs when the body is exposed to lead which leads to neurological damage and kidney failure.  In children especially, amounts of lead exceeding 10 micrograms of lead per
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