Woman Swallows Grill Brush Bristle, Sues Manufacturer

A woman has sued a barbecue brush manufacturer after she swallowed a broken brush bristle while eating a hamburger, landing her in the hospital. Deborah Lamont of Presque Isle, Maine, is suing Precision Brush Co. and M2M LLC, alleging negligence, strict liability, and breach of warranty. What led up to this case, and what will […]

Received a Class Action Lawsuit Notice? What Do You Do Next?

This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on March 3, 2015 11:37 AM. Woman Swallows Grill Brush Bristle, Sues Manufacturer was the previous entry in this blog. Ebola Nurse’s Lawsuit: 3 Lessons for Personal Injury Cases is the next entry in this blog. Find recent content on the main index or […]

Ebola Nurse’s Lawsuit: 3 Lessons for Personal Injury Cases

This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on March 4, 2015 3:08 PM. Received a Class Action Lawsuit Notice? What Do You Do Next? was the previous entry in this blog. Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content. Article source: http://feeds.findlaw.com/~r/Injured/~3/PH92hUFHrfI/ebola-nurses-lawsuit-3-lessons-for-personal-injury-cases.html

More on tests used to investigate Lumber Liquidators

60 Minutes purchased 31 boxes of Chinese-made laminate flooring from Lumber Liquidators stores in Virginia, Florida, Texas, Illinois and New York and sent them to two certified labs, HPVA and Benchmark International, for two kinds of tests. 60 Minutes – Business Lumber Liquidators linked to health and safety violations 60 Minutes found that Lumber Liquidators’ […]

"Am I normal?" New study on penis size has answers

Some good news, guys: A new analysis of penis sizes will help reassure most of you that you’re normal, researchers say. Many males worry about their penis size, even when there’s no cause for concern. But until now, there has been no formal review of research into penis size and no attempt to develop a […]

Tips for a smooth transition to daylight saving time

For many Americans, adjusting the clocks to “spring forward” an hour and gain a little extra sunlight is a welcome change after the long, dark winter. It’s coming up soon: this year, daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 8. But losing that hour of sleep can have surprisingly serious health consequences. […]

Alarming rise in teens reporting dating violence

A study published in JAMA Pediatrics on Monday has shed light on the prevalence of teen dating violence. According to the study, one in ten males who dated reported violence in their relationships. For females, it was one in five – twice previous estimates. When 21-year-old college senior Kristin McCovery was in high school, she […]

Heroin deaths take aim at new type of victims

NEW YORK — The people who die from heroin-related overdoses in the U.S. now tend to be young, white and live in the Midwest, according to a government report. That’s a shift from 15 years ago when the death rate was highest among older blacks and the West and Northeast had the biggest heroin problems. […]

Adults more resistant to the flu, study says

March 4, 2015, 5:49 AM|A new report says that adults over the age of 30 will get the flu twice on average over 10 years, while children will catch the virus every other year. Also, air pollution could impact how well children learn in school. Meg Oliver reports on the day’s top health news. Article […]

Brain plaque tied to Alzheimer’s found in young adults

People as young as 20 have amyloid buildup, but researchers aren’t sure what it means. Brain plaque buildup, long linked to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, has been identified in the brains of men and women as young as 20, researchers say. “One thing this means is that the resource, the machinery, for making the […]