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May 2013 Archives

Emergency Rooms See Increase in Number of Visits Due to Ambien

Take heed Ambien users: Emergency rooms visits are on the rise for insomnia-related drugs. In fact, ER visits for Ambien-related adverse effects more than tripled between 2005 and 2010, according to new government figures. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) found that zolpidem, Ambien's active ingredient, was the cause of approximately 19,500 ER visits in 2010 compared with only 6,111 in 2005.

Toys R Us Appeals Jury Verdict in Fatal Slide Lawsuit

It is every family's worst nightmare: you are enjoying a warm summer day with inflatable pool toys and suddenly a family member is seriously injured or killed as a result of a defective product. Sadly, that is just what happened to Robin Aleo, 29, in 2006. After climbing to the top of a 6-foot inflatable pool slide, she slid down head first and slammed her head into the concrete pool deck. She suffered a broken neck and died the next day.

Limousine Fire Highlights Inadequacies in Regulation of Livery Industry

A fatal limousine fire in California earlier this month has highlighted inadequacies in the regulation of the limousine and livery industry. The fire, which broke out on the San Mateo Bridge, took the lives of five women who were part of a bachelorette party. The limousine driver and four other women, two of whom suffered serious injuries, were able to escape.