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Month: February 2015

Workplace Accident Prevention Programs Inadequate, Says Study

A study from Texas A&M University says that companies are not doing enough to prevent workplace accidents. The study examined four years' worth of data from a multinational chemical company with 42 worksites in 12 countries, including more than 14,000...

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Report: Anti-Nausea Drug Zofran Linked to Birth Defects

A Toronto newspaper report has linked the anti-nausea drug ondansetron, better known by its brand name Zofran, to birth defects in pregnant women. The Toronto Star report examined data from a U.S. Food and Drug Administration study examining the effects...

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GM Power Steering Recall Expanded

The troubled automaker announced last week that it was expanding a 2014 GM power steering recall. The new recall covers more than 81,000 additional vehicles, including 70,000 in the U.S. The expanded GM power steering recall includes the 2006-7 Chevrolet...

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Takata Airbag Recalls Force Honda To Revise Sales Targets

Honda Motor Company announced that it would revise its projected annual sales targets of 6 million vehicles due to the massive Takata airbag recalls. The company stated that it would reduce its sales targets, citing the drive to achieve prior...

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