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Fulmer Sill Helps Communities Harmed by Opioid Epidemic

For years now, local and tribal governments across the United States have been financially burdened by an epidemic of opioid abuse, addiction, and overdoses that has plagued their communities. The economic cost the opioid epidemic places on communities today is […]

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This Saturday, May 20, a broad coalition of individuals and consumer advocates will gather in Oklahoma City as part of the sixth annual international “March Against Monsanto,” manufacturer of popular weedkiller Roundup, whose active ingredient has been linked to a […]

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A Matter of Safety: Recall Awareness

Hundreds of thousands of items are recalled each year, from defective toys to tainted foods to automobiles and medical devices and more. As a consumer, do you know where to find this…

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Study Finds Toxic Chemicals in Child Car Seats

The non-profit Ecology Center at the consumer-related website www.HealthyStuff.org released a research report yesterday detailing the results of its study on over 150 2011 child car seats. The…

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Portable Swimming Pools Pose Serious Drowning Risk for Children

Portable swimming pools, just like in-ground pools, can pose serious drowning risks to young children, warned researchers at the National Children’s Hospital’s Center for Injury Research…

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The dangers of space heaters

Oklahoma has been experiencing historically cold weather with temperatures as low as minus 31. With that in mind, more and more people are turning to alternative ways of heating their homes to…

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Graco Strollers – A Laceration Hazard

Strollers are now becoming life altering for our children. Something that is made for infants to toddlers is now taking our babies finger tips.
About 1.5 million Graco strollers sold at Wal-Mart,…

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Remicade Causing Histoplasmosis

According to DrugSettlement.com Remicade and other drugs such as Humira, Cimzia, and Enbrel are causing severe invasive fungal infections called histoplasmosis. On September 4, 2008 the FDA…