Despite Dangerous Side Effects, Xarelto Is Still on the Market

by on Wednesday, September 16, 2015  —  Blog, Defective Drugs and Products

Taking any drug comes with the risk of side effects, and Xarelto, approved in 2011, is no exception. Xarelto is a blood thinner manufactured by Bayer and marketed in the United States by Johnson &… Continue Reading →

Birth Defects Associated with Popular Antidepressants

by on Monday, August 3, 2015  —  Blog, Defective Drugs and Products

Depression and anxiety plague many. While these afflictions can be debilitating, many find comfort—and sometimes simply the ability to function—in antidepressant medication. Paxil and Prozac are two antidepressant medications in a commonly-prescribed class known as… Continue Reading →

Big Tobacco continues to endure punches as lawsuits against it for various injury-related claims wind their way through the court system labyrinth.  This week, a jury in Broward County awarded a whopping $46.5 million to… Continue Reading →

Zofran Under Fire for Birth Defects

by on Wednesday, April 15, 2015  —  Blog, Defective Drugs and Products

Zofran is a pharmaceutical drug that was initially used during cancer treatments preventing nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy. Zofran has the generic name Ondansetron and has been marketed to treat morning sickness in pregnant women… Continue Reading →

Complications from NuvaRing Have Tragic Results

by on Monday, April 13, 2015  —  Blog, Defective Drugs and Products

“Oh! It’s easy to use,” stated a TV commercial for NuvaRing, one of the most popular birth control goods on the market. It may be easy to use, but for some women, that convenience came… Continue Reading →

How is Viagra Related to Melanoma?

by on Friday, December 5, 2014  —  Blog, Defective Drugs and Products

A recent discussion has formed with results coming from a study published by an international team of doctors collectively working for health science under Harvard. In 1986 Harvard researchers (USA, China) began a lengthy study… Continue Reading →