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Reporting a work injury to your employer

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Wernicke-korsakoff syndrome: a little-known risk of gastric bypass surgery

Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome is a condition that can develop following failure to consume sufficient Vitamin B. This can happen after a gastric bypass surgery. Knowing what to watch for can prevent it.

Zantac may cause cancer

Zantac, a well known, drug to treat stomach acid was recalled last year by its manufacturers over concerns that it may cause cancer. A bi-product of the drug is a chemical called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). NDMA is a known carcinogen. In fact, it is a drug used to induce tumors in animals for scientific experiments. It has no business being in the human body. The FDA has a limit of the amount of NDMA consumable per day in the human body and Zantac grossly exceeds this limit. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after using Zantac, please consult with an experienced attorney to discuss your rights.

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What if my employer is at fault for my work injury?

Sometimes, an injured worker may be wondering if they’re not better off suing their employer if they are at fault for the accident.