Marler Clark Retained by Hospitalized Woman: 13 Cases of Rat Lungworm in Hawaii This Year

By | Food Poison Journal | April 30, 2017
Hawaii health officials report that two more cases of rat lungworm disease have been confirmed in the state, bringing the total up to 13 in 2017 as opposed to 11 in all of 2016. The patients in two new cases are from the Big Island and are separate from kava elixir-related cases reported earlier this week. View Full Post
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Los Angeles: Botulism Risk in Deer Antler Tea

By | Food Poison Journal | April 29, 2017
la-1493436078-avuwzxsq0s-snap-imageThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) warns against consuming local deer- antler tea due to botulism risk. Public Health has recently identified one confirmed and one suspected case of botulism occurring in adults. Preliminary investigation suggests that these cases may be associated with the consumption of a deer-antler tea product (photos attached) that was acquired during the month of March. View Full Post
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Deer Antler Botulism Outbreak

By | Botulism Blog | April 29, 2017
la-1493436078-avuwzxsq0s-snap-imageThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) warns against consuming local deer- antler tea due to botulism risk. Public Health has recently identified one confirmed and one suspected case of botulism occurring in adults. Preliminary investigation suggests that these cases may be associated with the consumption of a deer-antler tea product (photos attached) that was acquired during the month of March. View Full Post
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Sandys V. Pincus: Expansion of the Rales Test and Lowering of Threshold for Lack of Independence in the Demand Futility Context

By | Louisiana Law Blog | April 28, 2017
Delaware By David P. Hamm, Jr. In Sandys v. Pincus, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed a “thoughtful forty-two page opinion” by Chancellor Bouchard that dismissed a derivative action based upon the stockholder’s failure to make pre-suit demand.[1] The court’s opinion can be found hereView Full Post
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Mislabeled Food Products Risk Allergic Reaction

514771873 About 80 percent of all food products are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulates meat, poultry and egg products. Both agencies have regulations governing food production, labeling and recalls. Rarely does a week go by without reports of a food recall. View Full Post
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