“This problem of physicians who accumulate multiple claims and continue to practice … is a significant policy problem,” said David Studdert, a professor of medicine and law at Stanford, “and one that we need to address.” More below...

National analysis finds that one percent of doctors are responsible for 32 percent of all paid malpractice cases.
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Pomona, CA, Master Herbs, Inc. is voluntarily recalling ALL LOTS of Licorice Coughing Liquid, cough syrup in 100 ml bottles to the consumer level. This product has been found to contain morphine, which is an opioid, and it is not declared on the label.
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Love to hear about new treatments to help so many.

Until now, there have been no proven methods to slow the progression of Lou Gehrig's disease, but a new treatment may help some patients regain movement and function.

There has been a potential breakthrough in the treatment of ALS, health officials announced on Monday.
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Did you know? What Is Prop 213?

IF YOU ARE INJURED DRIVING A CAR AND DO NOT HAVE INSURANCE ON THE CAR

In California, if you are injured in an automobile collision and you are the driver of a car, your damages may be limited, depending on whether there was insurance on the vehicle you were driving at the time of the collision. If you did not have insurance on the vehicle, you are entitled to recover only economic damages. You can't recover noneconomic damages such as pain ...and suffering. If you are a passenger in a vehicle that is not covered by insurance, you are entitled to economic and noneconomic damages. The insurance companies lobbied for this law in 1996 (Prop 213) as part of a proposition designed to save them money by depriving people, injured through no fault of their own, of recovery because of their status as uninsured motorists. You should always make sure that you have insurance on your vehicles and that any vehicle you drive is insured.

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