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Archive for May, 2013

Former USC lineman files lawsuit against the school alleging heart attack caused by painkillers

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

A former NCAA football player and current NFL lineman has filed a lawsuit against his former school, alleging that team doctors gave him a prescription painkiller against his will, causing him to suffer a heart attack. New England Patriots defensive end Armond Armstead filed a lawsuit against the University of Southern California because he was prescribed the painkiller Toradol without being informed about the possible side effects of the drug. (more…)

Study reveals medical malpractice in Medicare painkiller prescriptions

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

An analysis of how patients are prescribed medications under a Medicare prescription drug plan has revealed concerns about how prescription painkillers and other medications are prescribed by doctors. The ProPublica study found that because of a lack of oversight as to how these drugs are prescribed, seniors and disabled patients may be at risk of serious health consequences as a result of drug overprescription by their physicians. (more…)