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Each year, unsafe products cause $900 billion worth of harm in the form of injuries, deaths, and property damage – often to children.
The increasing number of cosmetic surgeries indicates that the public may mistakenly believe these procedures are risk-free. In “Skin-Deep Beauty, Profound Risks,” Richard P.
More than 25,000 people die every year in the United States from preventable diseases, according to a recent study released by Harvard’s School of Public Health and made public by multiple media
Recent cruise ship mishaps have politicians calling for changes across the entire cruise line industry. Richard P.
Animal abuse has long been linked to violence against humans. In his latest article, “Catching the Red Flags: How the Animal Cruelty Legacy Impacts Public Safety,” Richard P. Console, Jr.
Though we assign food a place in our hearts and our histories as well as our stomachs, it is no friend to the 15 million Americans suffering from food allergies. Richard P. Console, Jr.
A year-old report from the New England Journal of Medicine has prompted the U.S.
As the use and influence of social media communities has increased, so has the number of Americans taking a stand for safer food products with the help of online petitions.
Analysis of lung transplant data from 2005 through 2011 by Temple researchers reportedly shows lungs transplanted from smokers with pack-a-day habits for more than 20 years are ‘likely safe.’
There has been much controversy surrounding the recent $100 million claim filed, and subsequently withdrawn, following the Newtown shooting.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.