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Navy Subs To Ban Smoking

May 2, 2010  ·  By HM&M



A man with a hip implant who made national news for climbing the stairs of the Willis Tower is facing another health crisis — a defective artificial hip. Mark Stephan wasn’t even expected to walk again after a 2007 bike accident severed his spine.

“What makes me angry is to see him fight so hard over the years and put back in this situation by a company that made millions of dollars selling a product to people that hasn’t been vetted,” Hurley said.

May 2, 2010

Motorcyclist Deaths Drop, Sagging Economy may be the Source

UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Fifteen men filed a lawsuit Wednesday charging the Boy Scouts allowed a Chicago teacher to serve as a leader while he was molesting children. The plaintiffs say they were in Thomas Hacker’s troop in Oak Lawn, Ill., and suffered sexual abuse when they were 10 to 12 years old, WBBM-TV, Chicago, reported.... Read More

May 2, 2010

GE Coffee Makers Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

It was just recently announced that “nearly 1 million General Electric coffee makers sold at Walmart are being recalled after dozens of reports of overheating, smoking, burning and fires. (AP Washington, 5/20). The Consumer Product Safety Commission stated Walmart has received upwards of 80 complaints about the coffee maker, including a few reports of minor... Read More

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