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February 2017

Posted On 02/15/17

Abilify Causes Gambling Addiction

Abilify, the Most-Profitable Drug in America, has been linked to both Gambling Addiction and Sex Addiction.  Bristol-Myers Squibb’s top-selling Abilify drug earned the company $6.4 billion in 2013. Doctors prescribe Abilify for the treatment of depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.  Each year, more than 8 million Abilify prescriptions are written. Lawyers across the country have begun filing lawsuits against Bristol-Myers Squibb on behalf of their clients who developed gambling urges.  In October 2016, most Abilify injury lawsuits were consolidated for multidistrict litigation in Florida.  The claims being made against the manufacturer include allegations that Bristol-Myers Squibb knew of the risk of compulsive addictions but failed to warn doctors and patients. ...

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Posted On 02/13/17

Natural Teething Remedies Can Cause Seizures

The FDA now recommends that parents stop using homeopathic and natural teething remedies for their babies as these products may cause seizures, breathing difficulties, sleepiness, muscle weakness, constipation, difficulty urinating, and agitation. The gels and tablets being investigated are manufactured by CVS, Hylands, and possibly others, including Orajel. CVS has all withdrawn all homeopathic baby teething products, its own, Hylands’, and Baby Orajel Naturals.  Prior to this, these products had not been evaluated or approved by the FDA for safety, and the FDA is now testing and analyzing the gels and tablets.  Dr. Janet Woodcock, the director of the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation recommends that parents not use these...

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Posted On 02/07/17

Help Change Arizona’s Minimum Auto Insurance Limits

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR ARIZONA STATE SENATOR TO SUPPORT INCREASING THE STATE MINIMUM AUTO INSURANCE LIMITS Arizona's minimum auto insurance requirements are among the lowest in the nation, at just $15,000 per person for bodily injury and $30,000 maximum per crash, with just $10,000 for property damage.  These limits are often too low to reimburse injured parties for the cost of their medical care or the repair of their cars.  When safe drivers are injured by a driver with low limits, we are forced to make up the difference, either with our own insurance or by relying on tax-payer funded medical care. A bill to increase the minimum financial responsibility limits...

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