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Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Infection Lawsuit Filed Over Recalled EzriCare Artificial Tears Eye Drops
An Ezricare eye drops lawsuit claims recalled Artificial Tears containing bacterial contamination resulted in an infection spreading throughout a woman's body.
Fabuloso Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Infection Risk from Contaminated Cleaning Products
The Fabuloso class action lawsuit claims manufacturers failed to adequately test its products before placing them on the market and failed to inform consumers about the risk of bacterial contamination.
EzriCare Eye Drops Infection Lawsuit Filed Over Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Diagnosis
An eye drops infection lawsuit filed against EzriCare and Walmart by a Florida woman indicates she had to undergo eye surgery after antibiotics failed to clear up a treatment-resistant infection.
CVS Nasal Spray Recall Issued Amid Concerns About Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Contamination
Certain CVS-brand nasal decongestant sprays sold at stores nationwide may be contaminated with Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria, which could pose serious and potentially life-threatening health risks.
One in Three Swimming-Related Disease Outbreaks Linked To Hotels: CDC
A new CDC report indicates that a third of all waterborne disease outbreaks originate in hotel pools and hot tubs.
Holiday Inn Express Makeup Remover Towelette Recall
Complimentary make up remover towlettes provided by Holiday Inn Express have been recalled by Celeste Industries due to the possibility that they may be contaminated by Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria. Use…
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