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Hoverboards linked to at least 52 fires

Ohio residents may be aware that self-balancing scooters have become extremely popular since they first appeared on the market in 2015. This type of scooter, which are also known as hoverboards, are basically a small platform for the rider to stand on flanked by two small wheels in a side-by-side configuration. Self-balancing scooters use…

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Garden of Life expands Raw Meal supplements recall

Ohio residents should be aware that Garden of Life LLC has expanded a recall of its Raw Meal organic shake and meal powders due to salmonella Virchow contamination. The Florida-based company first initiated a recall on Jan. 29. According to the Minnesota Department of Health, there have been two cases of salmonella infection linked…

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Communication issues put Ohio patients at risk

According to a report published by CRICO Strategies, communication issues contributed to nearly 30 percent of the 23,000 malpractice claims filed between 2009 and 2013 that the company studied. This translates to 7,149 cases that resulted in 1,744 deaths and $1.7 billion in hospital costs. However, it is believed that these numbers aren’t totally…

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Chemo may benefit some stage2 colon cancer patients

Some stage 2 colon cancer patients in Ohio and around the country have an aggressive strain of the disease that could require more than just surgery. Although chemotherapy is not recommended for stage 2 colon cancer patients, researchers think that it may be necessary for certain patients. Researchers have identified a genetic marker that…

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