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US Bishop Resigns Amid Abuse Cover-Up Accusations

December 17, 2019  ·  By HM&M


Though fluoride in drinking water “is credited with dramatically cutting cavities and tooth decay…now federal officials say it may be too much of a good thing.” (M. Stobbe, AP Medical, Atlanta, 1/7).

As a result, the “U.S. government wants to lower the recommended levels of fluoride in city water supplies. They say 2 out of 5 kids have tooth streaking from too much fluoride. The splotches often are noticed only by dentists. But health officials think fluoride limits should be reduced.” At the moment, it's unknown if there are any long-term dental or health consequences of too much fluoride in water.

As a personal injury attorney in Chicago, I am hopeful that further evaluations of fluoride levels in water will lead to more conclusive recommendations.

December 17, 2019

Child Abusers Run Rampant As Tech Companies Look The Other Way

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December 17, 2019

When a patient undergoes surgery of any kind, they expect that they will be able to recover and move on with their life. Having to undergo surgery again because of a defective product, like Zimmer's Persona Trabecular Metal Tibial Plate knee placement, is not in their plans. Going through recovery the first time for a... Read More

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