Tag: New York Times

Pharmacist

Epinephrine Auto-Injector Companies Swept Up in 44 State Price Fixing Lawsuit

State prosecutors describe a price fixing scheme involving more than a dozen companies and as many executives responsible for sales, marketing, and pricing.

Pfizer’s Woes Go Beyond Affecting The Availability of Your Auto-Injectors

Vital drugs are in short supply at hospitals across the country forcing medical staff to substitute with less effective drugs.
Peter Rabbit

Editorial and Media Roundup: Peter Rabbit Movie Outrage

"The studio execs must either be complete idiots or tone deaf..."
Maraschino Cherries

Must Read: Could You Be Allergic to Additives in Food or...

The trend away from synthetic food additives could introduce more proteins and possibly more unexplained reactions.
Pfizer HQ

FDA Warns Pfizer’s Meridian over Handling of EpiPen Malfunctions

Company has 15 working days to respond to numerous FDA concerns.
Kaleo Evzio

Kaléo Sued Over Evzio, an Auto-Injector With Pricing Structure Similar to...

Arcane system of pricing and insurance rebates at heart of the suit.

Baby Wipe Allergen Now in a Mouthwash Near You

Are you having unexplained rashes, a worsening of eczema or experiencing persistent sore throat? Check your personal care products for MI.

Food Manufacturers are Quietly Limiting Your Right to Sue

Might downloading a coupon cost you legal rights?

NY Times Blog Post: What Should Airlines Do About Children With...

An article by Abby Ellin makes the case for better accommodation of people with food allergies by the airlines.

NY Times Opinion Piece: A Cure for the Allergy Epidemic?

Moises Velasquez-Manoff makes the case for the 'farm effect' as a contributing factor to allergies in an opinion piece in the New York Times.

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