Andrew Miller

Top Health Concerns Related to Yaz Birth Control

by Andrew Miller April 3, 2013 Clinical medical negligence

After it was introduced to the market in 2006, Yaz quickly became the bestselling brand of birth control in the USA. Bayer Pharmaceuticals, the company that manufactures Yaz, spent more than $270 million on advertising, which undoubtedly helped with this oral contraceptive’s popularity. Since it was released though, it has been discovered that there are […]

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Pro-Form Le Tour de France Bike Review- Incorporation of Google Maps

by Andrew Miller February 7, 2013 Accident Claims Law

The Pro-Form Le Tour de France Bike is the latest in indoor biking; this is an indoor bike which can simulate the actual riding experience of competing in the Tour de France (without the possible bicycle injuries associated with it). By incorporating Google Maps into the bike memory and designing a sleek, almost street worthy, design, this […]

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Aviation Accident Statistics for 2012

by Andrew Miller January 30, 2013 Accident Claims

Aerophobia is a fear of flying that is believed to affect almost a quarter of the population, some to a higher degree than others, and a lot of that fear can be linked back to the belief that flying in a plane is dangerous. It’s not hard to believe that aviation accidents are common when […]

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The Best Shoes to Wear During the Winter Months

by Andrew Miller January 30, 2013 Accident Claims Law

Sometimes it can be difficult to know what kind of shoe to wear during the winter months, especially when you live in areas that experience a snowy and icy winter. Of course you want something that will keep your feet warm and that will have a good grip to prevent falls on wet or icy ground, but […]

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Adverse Effects of GranuFlo That You Didn’t Know

by Andrew Miller January 26, 2013 Blawg

Recent medical research has led to startling discoveries about the adverse effects that develop from the use of the pharmaceutical product GranuFlo. Since these side effects have become known, a mass recall of this drug has been issued. This comes as a surprise to many who believe GranuFlo to be a viable product to use […]

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Common Types of Soft Tissue Injuries

by Andrew Miller January 20, 2013 Employment Law

Soft tissue includes muscles, ligaments and tendons, and so soft tissue injuries occur when any of these suffer force, tearing, or inflammation. Suffering from a soft tissue injury is very common, especially for athletes or fitness enthusiasts.  Soft tissue injuries can also occur in the workplace though, particularly if a safe work environment isn’t properly […]

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Life Expectancy and Quality of Life in Cerebral Palsy Patients

by Andrew Miller January 20, 2013 Blawg

Cerebral palsy is a developmental condition that is non-progressive. Cerebral palsy results in physical disability and developmental disorders, and there is no cure. There are three different categories of cerebral palsy: spastic, ataxic and athetoid, with 80 percent of cerebral palsy cases being of the spastic variety. Read on for more information regarding cerebral palsy, […]

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