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Investigating unexpected death following a medical procedure.

One day before the 2017 Academy Awards, it was reported that actor Bill Paxton, only 61 years old, died of complications following heart surgery. His death was referenced throughout the awards ceremony and Hollywood paid an emotional tribute to Bill Paxton’s memory during an In Memoriam segment shown at the awards. There was little additional information provided regarding the actor’s …

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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia funded by FDA to study possible neurological effects of MiriLAX on children under seventeen

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Since 2014, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has been conducting a study, funded by the FDA, on the disturbing effects of over-the-counter laxative, MiraLAX, on children. The hospital refuses to release any information on the study or the individual families involved until it is concluded. The study is surrounding a chemical found in MiraLAX powder called Polyethylene glycol 3350 …

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Common over-the-counter meds possibly causing extreme neurological changes in children

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A study currently underway at the Children’s Hopsital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is trying to determine whether MiraLAX, a common over-the-counter treatment for constipation, is responsible for extreme neuro-psychiatric problems in children under 17 who have treated with the drug. According to a number of families who spoke with Action News (WPVI-6) in Philadelphia, children underwent rapid and disturbing changes to …

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NFL settles concussion lawsuits for $1billion, retirees can begin registering for compensation

At the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Wednesday, February 8th, U.S. District Judge Anita Brody, along with attorneys for both football players and the NFL, announced that football players who retired from the National Football League before July 7, 2014 can begin registering for compensation under the NFL’s $1 billion settlement with plaintiffs who claimed that the league hid …

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New guidelines suggest feeding your infant egg and peanut may prevent dangerous allergies.

In 2000, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) published guidelines suggesting that parents not introduce common food allergens to their children until later in life. The AAP recommended introducing milk at one year, eggs at two years, and peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish at three years. With no evidence that this delay actually helped prevent food allergies, the guidelines …

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