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Kathleen Hennis
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Recent Articles By Kathleen Hennis

Women Exposure to DES Causes Reproductive Health Problems
There are many forms of synthetic estrogen but diethylstilbestrol (DES, for short) has been one of the more famous forms that has caused several health problems among men and women who were exposed to it, online publications say. Research has been continuing ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
How Does DES Affect Women Exposed in Utero?
Diethylstilbestrol, popular by the abbreviation DES, was a form of estrogen that was widely used in up until the 60s, online sources say, referring to discovery that it had caused cancer and other side effects on those who were exposed to it. About five to 10 ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
Victoza Linked to Thyroid, Renal and Pancreatic Problems
Victoza, known generically as liraglutide, is an injectable prescription drug that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. It was manufactured by Novo Nordisk. Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2010, Victoza corrects ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Medicine
Type 2 Diabetes: High Risk Among Atorvastatin Users
Researchers have noted an increase in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus among men and women who are taking cholesterol-lowering drugs such as atorvastatin, several health studies show. Toward acquiring a deeper understanding, all of the side ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Diseases and Conditions
FDA Looks Into Links Between Januvia, Pancreatic Cancer
Safety has been a matter of concern as regard Januvia posing possible risks of pancreatitis leading to pancreatic cancer, according to the United States Food and Drug Administration. A report from medicalnewstoday.com says that FDA had started an ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Medicine
First ASR Bellwether Trial: Which Outcomes Are Possible?
Anticipation runs high among parties of the first ASR bellwether case under the federal multidistrict litigation, especially on the outcome of the proceeding that will begin on October 21 2013, an online report says. The first DePuy ASR bellwether case is ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Law, Personal Injury
Lipitor Side Effects: How Surprising Can They Become
Health problems related to high cholesterol such as heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure are controllable, health experts say, affirming that with the help of medications, dietary and lifestyle changes they constitute a strong solution. Statins such ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
FDA Orders Changes in Labelling of Lipitor
Lipitor (atorvastatin calcium) is a medication that is highly prescribed nowadays because of the rising number of heart diseases, online health reports say, relating the upsurge of its popularity to cholesterol problems. There are about 71 million American ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
FDA Should Reform 510(k) Process, Congressmen Suggest
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has met with its external stakeholders to lay the groundwork for the January 2014 discussions with Congress over amendments in the controversial 510 (k) pre-notification process, online reports say. Initial talks have ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Health, Women's Health
DePuy Strategy: Lowering Down Costs in California Case
Frustrated losing party Johnson & Johnson and DePuy Orthopaedics are trying to examine the validity of the amount that the jury granted to the plaintiff, arguing that it is excessive and needs to be lowered down, an online report says. This occurred after ...
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Posted by Kathleen Hennis in Law, Personal Injury