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United States of Scam

Bogus debt collectors. Imposter IRS agents. Phony sweepstakes. These types of scams pose a threat to virtually every American – and savvy scammers use every trick in the book to gain trust, such as building rapport, using professional-looking websites, and even playing on emotions. But how prevalent are these deceptive practices? We wanted to find… Read More »

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What Are The Most Polluting Industries In The World?

Most people would want to make a positive contribution to the environment. The majority of people now engage in recycling, have energy efficient appliances, and more. Furthermore, sales of hybrid vehicles are also on the rise. On the other hand, some people feel that their contributions are just drops in the ocean compared to the… Read More »

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Heart Attacks Associated with Heartburn Medication

A study published on June 10th, 2015 in the journal PLOS One inspected the relationship between proton pump inhibitors such as Nexium, Prilosec, and Prevacid, and an increased risk of a myocardial infarction, more commonly known as a heart attack. This study was a peer-reviewed study conducted by the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics. Proton pump inhibitors… Read More »

List of Mesothelioma Treatment Centers

Alabama Hospital/Center City Website Northwest Alabama Cancer Center, P.C Muscle Shoals Visit University of Alabama Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center Birmingham, Visit Alaska Hospital/Center City Website Providence Alaska Medical Center Anchorage Visit Arizona Hospital/Center City Website Arizona Cancer Center Tucson Visit Mayo Clinic Arizona Scottsdale Visit Arkansas Hospital/Center City Website Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute (CARTI)… Read More »

California Mesothelioma Lawyer for Asbestos Cancer

California is ranked as the worst state in terms of asbestosis and mesothelioma deaths. It is believed that, ever year, up to 3,795 people die as a result to mesothelioma, which is caused by asbestos exposure. With many of these victims, it is due to the fact that they used on jobsites where asbestos was… Read More »

Arkansas Mesothelioma Lawyer for Asbestos Cancer

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has ranked Arkansas as 35th in the country for deaths related to asbestos. Between 1999 and 2009, 202 such deaths were recorded. This is a small number compared to many other states, but Arkansas has had its fair share of asbestos exposure, particularly around jobsites with machineries,… Read More »

Wyoming Mesothelioma Lawyer for Asbestos Cancer

Wyoming is one of the lowest ranking states in terms of asbestos-related deaths. On the other hand, it is one of the highest for mesothelioma diagnosis. In fact, there are only six states in the country where 20 people or more out of every million die yearly as a result of mesothelioma, and Wyoming is… Read More »

West Virginia Mesothelioma Lawyer for Asbestos Cancer

In the heart of the Appalachian Range, you will find the rural state of West Virginia. There are plenty of natural resources there, including those for coal mining and logging. Unfortunately, those are also two industries where workplace asbestos exposure has traditionally been quite common. There are active coal mines in 53 out of 55… Read More »

Tennessee Mesothelioma Lawyer for Asbestos Cancer

There have been many deaths in Tennessee due to asbestos exposure and use in chemical facilities, construction sites, and industrial factories. In fact, between 1999 and 2010, 612 people died as a result of exposure, 491 of whom developed mesothelioma. Currently, Tennessee is the in 20th position for asbestos-related deaths. It is impossible, right now,… Read More »

Nevada Mesothelioma Lawyer for Asbestos Cancer

Nevada, the desert state, is known for its tourism and mining industries. There are no natural asbestos sources in the state, but a number of industries have been found to have exposed their worakers to the mineral. When people are exposed to asbestos, they are at an increased risk of developing mesothelioma, which is a… Read More »

ARC Airbag Recall Probe

In recent years, millions of vehicle owners have been contacted by automotive manufacturers about getting replacements for defective airbag inflators and other components. Most of the airbags in question were produced by Takata, but another airbag producer, ARC Automotive Inc. (ARC), is now targeted in a probe by U.S. safety regulators for the same issues.… Read More »