FDA Discusses Accidental Overdoses

This story, from Sept 19, 2002, can be found on HealthWorld Online. It is written by LAURAN NEERGAARD, AP Medical Writer.
“SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) – Thousands of Americans may unwittingly take toxic doses of acetaminophen, putting themselves at risk for serious liver damage, say federal scientists who are debating whether consumers need stiffer warnings about how to safely take the popular over-the-counter painkiller.”

An Article about Chronic Pain

The following link will take you to an article that discusses some new decisions that have been made in regards to educating the public about Chronic Pain.

Click on the link to read the article.

URLS that lead to different articles on Endometriosis

he following URLS lead to different articles on endometriosis.

Recurrence of Endometriosis Associated with Hormone Replacement Therapy in a Woman Following Hysterectomy:

Autoimmune Disease More Likely with Endometriosis:

Results of SprayGel(TM) Adhesion Barrier System”

Fighting Scar Tissue in the OR: New Surgical Gel Reduces Risk of Adhesions Forming After Gynecologic Surgery :

Endometriosis & Dioxin: a Toxic Link?:

Successful Pregnancies after Endo

World’s First Womb Transplant

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