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Category Archives: Controversy

An Update on AZ Nurse Amanda Trujillo Case

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Amanda Trujillo, a registered nurse in Arizona, has been scuffling with her case on patient advocacy for several months already. On January 24, 2012, her case was supposedly to be heard. But unfortunately, it has been postponed and rescheduled on March. And what is reason for delaying it? The AZ BON don’t like Amanda’s online […]

Know More about the Prostate Cancer Test

Screen tests have always been controversial and the latest draft recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that men with no symptoms of prostate cancer no longer get screened through the prostate specific antigen (PSA) test has started the debate all over again. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is an “independent panel of […]

Medical Marijuana Achieved New Milestone

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Arizona began implementing medical marijuana. Oppositions by different institutions and groups were not able to stand against medical marijuana. On the 15th of November 2010, Proposition 203 or the medical marijuana was finally legalized in the State of Arizona. What is needed to get this new law fully implemented is the set of requirements that […]

US Health Ad Targeted McDonald’s

The US health is no longer patient about the flabbiest of all appetites. The following commercial advertisement tells the whole story. McDonald’s is serving foods that cause: High blood pressure High cholesterol Heart attacks

Should “Roll-Your-Own” Cigarettes Be Taxed?

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What do you think, should “roll-your-own” cigarettes be taxed? This will hurt smokers and tobacco shops that offer rolling machines, but will keep things fair between them and the manufacturers of rolling tobacco. The issue lies on the high-speed rolling machines, labeled as pipe-tobacco, which produce a carton of rolled tobacco in just 8 minutes. […]

Jackson’s Doctor Charged of “Manslaughter”

Dr. Conrad Murray, pop star Michael Jackson’s personal physician was charged of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the latter’s death. The physician turned himself in and pleaded not guilty of the complaint that Murray allegedly did unlawfully and without malice, kill Michael Joseph Jackson.