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Just as other parts of your vehicle require regular mainte­nance, so do your tires.  To prevent the poten­tially disas­trous accident that can occur as a result of tire failure, there are steps you can take to ensure you and your family are safe. — Safety experts advise that tires should be replaced after six years, regardless […]

Everyone has heard children’s the song: “The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round All Through the Town.” Studies in Florida found over 10,000 incidents of motorists illegally passing stopped school buses that were loading or unloading children. 4.4% of the vehicles passed the school bus on the door side of the bus! Everyone […]

Frequently Asked Questions What is Florida’s safety belt law? Florida law is very specific about how passengers in Florida should be belted. All front seat occupants must be buckled up, regardless of age. Children ages 6–15 must be belted in either the front or back seat of the vehicle. The driver is respon­sible for passengers […]

Buckle Up, America. Every Trip. Every Time. Seat Belts Save Lives Regular seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatal­ities in motor vehicle crashes. Research has shown that when lap/shoulder belts are used properly, the risk of fatal injury to front seat passengers is reduced by 45 percent, […]

Medtronic Media Contacts: Martha Goldberg Aronson, Investor Relations, 763–505‑2694 Rob Clark, Public Relations, 763–505‑2635 MINNEAPOLIS ?October 15, 2007 ? Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE:MDT) said today that it has volun­tarily suspended worldwide distri­b­ution of the Sprint Fidelis

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 15, 2007 Media Inquiries:Karen Riley 301–827‑6242 Consumer Inquiries: 888-INFO-FDA

The law firm of Terrell Hogan repre­sents the interests of women who may face serious health risks as a result of Hormone Replacement Therapy, taking the estrogen-based drugs Prempro

MedWatch — The FDA Safety Infor­mation and Adverse Event Reporting Program FDA issued an early commu­ni­cation about the ongoing review of new safety data regarding the associ­ation of atrial fibril­lation with the use of bispho­s­pho­nates. Bispho­s­pho­nates are a class of drugs used primarily to increase bone mass and reduce the risk for fracture in patients […]

Wayne Hogan, of Jacksonville consumer attorneys, Terrell Hogan, talks with Dave Garison, regional tobacco prevention coordi­nator for Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT), at the organization’s booth at the St. Johns County Fair.  Hogan, one of 11 trial attorneys involved in Florida’s landmark suit that produced a $17 billion settlement against the cigarette industry, sponsored the […]

Due to the flurry of recent lawsuits and constant stigma surrounding Big Tobacco, cigarette companies have recently launched their own media campaigns to deter the youth of America from picking up the addictive habit. But critics are specu­lating whether this anti-smoking initiative was genuine—or just another clever adver­tising stunt to hook a new gener­ation of […]