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Shocking BBC Report On Herbal Products Highlights Problems With Cannabis Regulation.

It seems that unless you choose a herbal product with a THR mark you can have no certainty at all about what you are buying. 528 more words

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Diabetes Alert: Owen Mumford Insulin Pens Recalled

The following notice has been issued by the MHRA:

Faulty insulin pens recall

People with diabetes who use insulin pens manufactured by Owen Mumford are today being warned by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to check if they have an affected lot. 343 more words

Trading Standards

FRUSTRATED PATIENTS DEMAND ANSWERS OVER MHRA’s ‘FAILURE TO ACT’ ON UNREGULATED ‘MIX-MATCH’ HIP IMPLANTS

FRUSTRATED PATIENTS DEMAND ANSWERS OVER MHRA’s ‘FAILURE TO ACT’ ON UNREGULATED ‘MIX-MATCH’ HIP IMPLANTS

Lawyers Reveal Evidence Finds Concerns Raised To Regulator In 2007… 1,061 more words

Hip Replacement

Recall: Zovirax Eye Ointment

The Welcome Foundation Limited trading as GlaxoSmithKline UK

Zovirax Eye Ointment

(Aciclovir 3%)

PL 0003/0150

GlaxoSmithKline UK is recalling the following batches of Zovirax Eye Ointment as a precaution because the batches of active pharmaceutical ingredient used in their… 81 more words

Trading Standards

Beware of potentially toxic herbal medicines online

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is warning people not to use a number of herbal medicines that can be bought on the internet after they were found to contain undeclared prescription only medicines and heavy metals. 478 more words

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First aiders warned about potentially faulty defibrillators

First aiders in shopping centres, railway stations, dental surgeries and other public places were today asked to identify if they have a specific defibrillator that could potentially give incorrect advice to anyone using it to give CPR to someone having heart problems. 209 more words

Trading Standards

Salt in medicines 'a health risk'

Soluble painkillers used by millions of people in Britain could pose a health risk because they are high in salt, UK researchers are warning.

Some formulations taken at maximum dose tip users over the recommended daily sodium intake for an adult, with potentially dangerous consequences, the study authors say. 570 more words

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