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  • Maryland Looks to Protect Consumers from Pharmaceutical Companies
    Maryland Looks to Protect Consumers from Pharmaceutical Companies

    The United States is one of the only developed countries in which citizens are unable to cover the costs of their health care. For most first world and developed countries, the medical industry is ...

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  • Temporary Employees: Who is Liable for Their Injuries?
    Temporary Employees: Who is Liable for Their Injuries?

    Today there are government organizations, federal laws, and state rules and regulations that seek to protect workers from any sort of work-related injuries or work-related illnesses. As a result of ...

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  • Bipolar Disorder Misdiagnosis in Children with Developmental Disabilities
    Bipolar Disorder Misdiagnosis in Children with Developmental Disabilities

    As patients, whenever we go into an appointment with a medical professional, we put ourselves in vulnerable positions. As part of preventative health measures, we allow our bodies to be accessible to ...

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  • Does Maryland's
    Does Maryland's "Right to Try" Bill Hurt Terminal Patients?

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was put into place to protect consumers from companies looking to peddle ineffectual and dangerous drugs that have not gone through extensive testing to ensure ...

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  • Maryland Bill Would Require Companies to Provide Paid Sick Leave to Employees
    Maryland Bill Would Require Companies to Provide Paid Sick Leave to Employees

    In the United States, paid sick leave is not a guaranteed benefit to all employees. The legislature in Maryland is looking to tackle this issue with the admission of a new bill that would require all ...

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