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October 26, 2012

Federal health inspectors say staffers at a pharmacy linked to the meningitis outbreak over the past year documented dozens of cases of mold and bacteria growing in rooms that were supposed to be sterile.

The Food and Drug Administration inspectors said that even though the mold and bacterial contamination at the Massachusetts pharmacy exceeded the company's own safety levels, there is no evidence that the pharmacy investigated or corrected the problem. The FDA released its preliminary report on conditions at the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Mass., after inspecting the company earlier this month.

October 4, 2012

Abby Martin takes a closer look at the incestuous relationship between the White House and Monsanto, by calling out Romney and Obama's longstanding ties with the company.

October 2, 2012

When did mother knows best become government knows best?

That's the question being asked after the Department of Agriculture decided its school lunch menu is so great that parents need to serve it to their children at home. Is this guideline another case of government overstepping its boundaries? Judge Andrew Napolitano says not only is this overstepping, it's unconstitutional. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has often been referred to as "Nanny Bloomberg" for trying to regulate what was usually considered private behavior. Now the USDA is recommending what parents should put on their dinner tables.

September 29, 2012

A new video contest is recruiting New Jersey teens to spread the word about the importance of adolescent vaccinations. "Protect Me With 3," a project of the Partnership for Maternal Child Health of Northern New Jersey...

And the state Department of Health is designed to promote creativity and expand knowledge of the tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis (Tdap); meningococcal conjugate; and human papillomavirus (HPV) immunizations among New Jersey pre-teens and teens 11 through 18 years of age.

September 5, 2012

We've heard it time and again from small business owners how red tape and regulations are choking California's growth and tamping down the rights of the people who live here.

Wednesday, we heard it from a Hollywood actor who was in Sacramento. "Gov. Brown, this is a bad piece of legislation. Gov. Brown, veto this bill. You can do it; veto this bill," said Rob Schneider at a protest against AB 2109. Actor and comedian Schneider traded a camera for a crowd Wednesday, giving his support for a topic he calls no laughing matter.

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August 31, 2012

The German manufacturer of a notorious drug that caused thousands of babies to be born with shortened arms and legs, or no limbs at all, issued its first ever apology Friday - 50 years after pulling the drug off the market.

Gruenenthal Group's chief executive said the company wanted to apologize to mothers who took the drug during the 1950s and 1960s and to their children who suffered congenital birth defects as a result. "We ask for forgiveness that for nearly 50 years we didn't find a way of reaching out to you from human being to human being," Harald Stock said. "We ask that you regard our long silence as a sign of the shock that your fate caused in us."

August 11, 2012

Pertussis or whooping cough usually isn't serious for healthy school-aged children, but a new vaccination requirement for sixth- and ninth-graders...

Armstrong said her daughter had her first pertussis shot on time, but what she called a "catastrophic" seizure disorder kept her from finishing the series of shots as an infant. The state of Illinois has a new requirement this school year that students in sixth and ninth grades provide proof that they've had a Tdap vaccination. The vaccine is a booster that protects against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough.

August 10, 2012

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources is being sued by six families who claim the agency can't impose new vaccine requirements for schoolchildren.

Beginning in the fall, seventh-graders and 12th graders must be vaccinated for tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis and meningitis. Those who aren't vaccinated cannot attend public schools. The lawsuit recently filed with the state Supreme Court claims the DHHR overstepped its authority. Delegate Patrick Lane represents the plaintiffs. The Kanawha County Republican say the DHHR can't require vaccines without the Legislature's approval.

August 3, 2012

Two Hunter region facilities for the disabled are in lock-down after a flu-outbreak and the deaths of three residents who had suffered flu-like symptoms.

In the past week, two men in their 60s and a woman aged in her 40s died at the Stockton and Kanangra Centres. 51 residents are now being treated for the flu and strict infection control measures have been introduced at the centres which house 450 people. The Opposition Health spokesman, Doctor Andrew McDonald says he is concerned that it may be a new strain of flu. "This is a great concern because most of these people had been vaccinated against the flu," he said.

July 30, 2012

The U.S. appears headed for its worst year for whooping cough in more than five decades, with the number of cases rising at an epidemic rate that experts say may reflect a problem with the effectiveness of the vaccine.

Nearly 18,000 cases have been reported so far - more than twice the number seen at this point last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. At this pace, the number for the entire year will be the highest since 1959, when 40,000 illnesses were reported. Nine children have died, and health officials called on adults - especially pregnant women and those who spend time around children - to get a booster shot as soon as possible.

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