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  • Does Tylenol Heighten the Risk of Autism?
    Does Tylenol Heighten the Risk of Autism?

    You probably have trusted Tylenol as a reasonably safe painkiller for most of your life. The warnings typically mention heart issues and various side effects that can come from overuse, but nothing ...

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  • FDA Recalls Moor Herbs Baby Formula
    FDA Recalls Moor Herbs Baby Formula

    Golomb Spirt Grunfeld P.C. and our blog help keep you up to date on recent product recalls that could affect you and your family. In this post, we are looking at the recent Food and Drug ...

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  • Bank of America Overdraft Fees for Apple Transactions
    Bank of America Overdraft Fees for Apple Transactions

    If your Bank of America (BOA) debit card is linked to your Apple account and you were charged an overdraft fee(s) for a one-time, non-recurring transaction, then you may have grounds to take legal ...

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  • Optavia’s Unlawful Auto-Renewal Practices
    Optavia’s Unlawful Auto-Renewal Practices

    Were you enrolled in an Optavia® Premier membership after you purchased an Optavia product or kit? Did your credit card, debit card, or another form of payment incur auto-renewal charges after your ...

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  • Cottonelle Recalls Flushable Wipes Due to Possible Bacterial Contamination
    Cottonelle Recalls Flushable Wipes Due to Possible Bacterial Contamination

    People who bought toiletries in mass quantities at the start of the pandemic might be in for some distressing news now that Kimberly-Clark has announced a large-scale recall of its popular Cottonelle® ...

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  • Johnson & Johnson Lose Another Talc Powder Case, Ordered to Pay $9M
    Johnson & Johnson Lose Another Talc Powder Case, Ordered to Pay $9M

    Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has lost another talc powder lawsuit after a Florida jury ordered the corporate giant to pay $9 million to an elderly plaintiff. Like many of the other talc powder cases, the ...

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