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Fiery crash leaves one dead, 33 injured

The Long Island Expressway was covered with mangled pieces of charred metal, tires and debris after a chain reaction of crashes occurred Wednesday afternoon. According to an Associated Press report, Read More

Nursing homes struggle after Hurricane Sandy

The destruction that came about due to Hurricane Sandy has been well-chronicled, but not much has been reported about the hospitals and long-term care facilities that serve as home to Read More

FDA reports glass particles found in atorvastatin

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced a recall involving atorvastatin, the generic version of the popular cholesterol reducing drug, Lipitor. According to a number of news reports, the Read More

Toys to avoid during the holiday season

The Black Friday shopping frenzy started earlier than usual this year, with many shoppers leaving the dinner table on Thanksgiving to seek deals on the latest gadgets and toys. In Read More

Common sleep drug increases risk of falls

It’s said that in the hospital, it’s hard to find rest. Often, patients are prescribed Ambien, a common sleep aid, in order to rest through the night. However, according to Read More

Multi-vehicle accident closes Lincoln Tunnel

Traffic in the Lincoln Tunnel was tied up for hours yesterday after a motor vehicle accident closed the north-bound tube. Just before noon, an accident occurred involving five trucks and Read More

How to avoid power tool injuries in post-Sandy clean up

As New Jersey residents continue to clean up in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, many see chainsaws, wood splitters and wood chippers as helpful tools. They can help in cutting Read More

Signs of Elder Abuse in Nursing Homes

The National Center on Elder Abuse reports that more than 20,000 complaints of nursing home abuse are reported each year, but only 1 in every 14 incidents are actually reported Read More

FDA Issues Additional Warning on Possible Meningitis Infections

Since the outbreak of fungal meningitis has sparked fear and outrage across the country, a Massachusetts based pharmacy outlet has been in the crosshairs of federal regulators. According to a Read More

Study: More Children Given Antipsychotic Drugs

While prescriptions of antipsychotic drugs to adults have certainly increased in the last decade, the number of such drugs prescribed to children has increased dramatically. According to a study published in Read More

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