Dr. George Tyndall, the former USC gynecologist accused of sexual abuse by hundreds of his former patients, has been named as a defendant in 30 new lawsuits.
A cell biologist took the stand Monday in a California trial alleging that Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products contained asbestos which caused the plaintiff’s cancer, testifying that he identified talc fibers in her lung tissues, which he believes came...
A man from Pennsylvania has filed a products liability lawsuit against C.R. Bard over claims a hernia mesh patch was defective and failed shortly after implantation, causing adverse health complications.
The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs (IDVA) is reporting that a number of residents at a facility in Manteno have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease, an often deadly form of pneumonia transmitted through tiny airborne water droplets.
A new study from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has identified yet another link between the consumption of sugar-laden energy drinks and an increased risk for kidney disease.
A recent investigative report by Reuters has found that Johnson & Johnson was aware as far back as the 1950s that its Baby Powder and Shower-to-Shower had asbestos, and in particular tremolite, 1 of 6 asbestos-containing minerals.