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Kathleen Hennis
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Recent Articles By Kathleen Hennis

Metallosis from Defective Hip Replacement Devices
Following DePuy Orthopaedics Inc.'s recall of its hip replacement systems, several hip-implant-related complications were identified and one of them is metallosis. Metallosis has also been among the allegations contained in the several lawsuits that were ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Diseases and Conditions
New Direction: Preserving Testimony for Terminally Ill Plaintiffs
For the 10,000 DePuy ASR lawsuits that had been filed in the United States, about which similar claims are being demanded, the judicial panel decided to consolidate them, online resource say. Indeed, there are 6,000 lawsuits that were transferred under the ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Law, Personal Injury
Want to Avoid Hip Replacement Surgery? Keep your Bones, Joints Healthy
As we grow older, we may be at high risk for degenerative hip diseases like arthritis and weakened joint increases, online sources say, showing them as inevitable. The hip joint being the common joint to fail in the body, it is usually replaced with a new one ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
Hip Dysplasia: Overview on Three Surgical Treatments
Untreated hip dysplasia may lead to further damage of the hip joint, which may develop into hip arthritis, says one of the leading health care providers in the United States. The treatment option varies depending on the severity of the damage to the hip, ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
Four Tips to Sound Sleep for Urinary Incontinence Sufferer
Urinary incontinence, although not life-threatening, may cause so much disturbance and disruption that it may impact heavily on a woman’s quality of life, medical experts say, quoting online resources. For the 16 million or so women suffering from this ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
Obesity: Not Just Health Problem, Also a Disease, AMA Declares
Obesity is a disease, concludes the American Medical Association (AMA) during its annual meeting held in June 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. As one of the most prestigious and largest organizations of physicians in the United States, it has finally decided to ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Diseases and Conditions
Tylenol Liver Failure: Signs, Symptoms and Stages
The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a study revealing that when given the maximum approved daily dosage of acetaminophen, patients developed early signs of possible liver damage. Acetaminophen is the generic name for Tylenol, ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Diseases and Conditions
Victoza Allegedly Affects Pancreas, Thyroid and Kidney
Victoza (liraglutide), a once-daily, injectable treatment method for type 2 diabetes patients, has lately been a subject of increasing concern within the medical community. Various clinical reports and research studies say that this drug has become ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Medicine
Natural, Safe, Effective Treatments for Chronic Hip Pain
Chronic hip pain may be a bit annoying because it hinders any man or woman from performing his or her daily activities, thus affecting their quality of life, orthopedic experts say. Hip pain has many causes and sometimes, it may be confusing to a person ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Diseases and Conditions
Is Coffee Good or Bad for Diabetes Prevention?
Millions of coffee drinkers around the world were delighted, even ecstatic, when reports were released, citing numerous studies, that coffee drinking was beneficial for the prevention of diabetes. Just when people started to really enjoy that espresso, here ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Diseases and Conditions