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For many, the topic of e-cigarettes is a tricky one. Are they as harmful as traditional cigarettes? Should laws governing them be the same? And are people turning to them as gateway drugs or as a means to wean themselves from another form of nicotine? These are just a few of the questions that come to mind when we bring up the topic.
Three lawyers from the Tampa-based law firm of Alley, Clark & Greiwe were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2017.
Heartburn is a common ailment in our society. Caused by acid refluxing into the esophagus, this condition is unpleasant at best and downright painful at worst. That said, it is often a relief to know that we can purchase a variety of over-the-counter acid reflux medications at the nearest pharmacy, almost any time of the day or night. Most of us see acid reflux medicines, also known as Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs), as a solution since these products reduce gastric production, which alleviates the pain of heartburn.
When taking any prescription drug, patients must be aware of the risks and/or potential contraindications. Consumers tend to operate under the assumption that prescription drugs are safe if approved by the FDA, but there are risks and side effects with each and every prescription drug. Some prescription drugs have very serious or even fatal consequences to consumers.
When operating heavy machinery, it’s often recommended that users wear some form of protective gear. Whether that’s safety goggles, gloves, or hard hats these types of items are recommended to ensure the user is as safe as possible.