This news in from NBC:
Since last summer, drug companies have announced a total of 45 recalls of generic lifesaving blood pressure medications. They include certain versions of valsartan and two other blood pressure drugs, losartan and irbesartan, as well as other blood pressure medications that contain the recalled drugs in their formulations. The raw ingredients were all traced to overseas manufacturing sites where drugs can be processed at a lower cost than at U.S. facilities.
If you were taking Valsartan and have learned of the recall, talk with your doctors. If you are worried that a cancer diagnosis may be related to your use of the medication contact us.
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It can be difficult to determine when you are driving in a trucker’s blind spot. They key is to always make sure you can see the driver’s face. If you can see their face in the side mirror, generally, they can see you. This means that you are not in a blind spot. If, however, you cannot see their face in the side mirror, they might not realize you’re driving behind them or next to them. As a result, a serious truck accident resulting in injuries could occur.
Similar to bike share and car share programs, electric scooter companies tout them as an innovative and environmentally friendly form of transportation which gets commuters out of their cars. Scooter companies proclaim them a solution to the “first mile, last mile” problem, i.e., a way to get commuters to and from mass transit stations and work places.
The common sense tips are the easiest to follow:
1. Buy a bargain bike helmet at the very least.
2. Don't use your phone.
3. Buy a cheap flashlight.
A good read on how a lawyer group is playing a role in slowing the rush in Florida to driverless cars: