Lawsuit states that medical marijuana is a legitimate alternative to ease addiction to opioids. One of the plaintiff's in the lawsuit is the son of a longtime Republican state senator.
A recent court document pointed out that NFL gives majority of their players substanital amount of opioids.
A state jury in Missouri did not think that evidence linking talcum powder with ovarian cancer was strong enough to require Johnson & Johnson to put warning labels on its products. This is a victory for the company after it lost three previous, similar lawsuits in St. Louis.
The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners is still investigating the case. Neither the dentist nor the anesthesiologist that were involved has been disciplined by the state medical or dental boards.
Madison Arseneault experienced partial paralysis, cognitive impairment and other symptoms as a result of being impaled by a golf club.
Lawyers say the clinic's misdiagnoses was for profit, recommending patients to come back for treatment and scans. Sherry-Ann Jenkins did not have a medical license and was not authorized to diagnose and order medical tests.
Everett sued Purdue Pharmaceuticals company for allowing the OxyContin sales on the streets. This has caused opioid and heroin addiction in several cities.
If done right, exfoliation can do wonders to the skin but when done wrong could lead to permanent skin damage.
An investor-led class action lawsuit requests a New York court to have Chipotle pay for damages for failure to inform investors on food safety and quality controls following the E.Coli outbreak.
Fitbit is currently being sued by customers who are claiming that the device does not accurately read heart rate.
Customers of Mcdonald's restaurant in Waterloo, New York filed a complaint against the restaurant for a possible health risk spread by one of their employees.
General Mills is under fire for misleading its consumers, a new lawsuit filed by consumer group, Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), claimed.
A protester against planned parenthood was sued not for airing his stand but for alleged disturbing patients of getting their chosen health care.
A new U.S. study reveals that the doctors who provide more care than is necessary will run a lesser risk of being accused of malpractice
The number of cases of E. coli tied to chipotle has increased to 37.