The common heartburn medication, Zantac, has recently been pulled from shelves across the country. New studies show that its active ingredient, ranitidine, has cancer-causing impurities. Ranitidine is a substance commonly used to treat heartburn by decreasing the levels of acid your stomach constructs. It is included in an assembly of drugs referred to as histamine-2 […]Learn More
Goodman Acker, P.C. to Hand Out Thanksgiving Dinners – We’re Joining Forces with Fellowship Chapel to Help Needy Families this Holiday Season As Thanksgiving approaches, we are thankful for the love of family and friends, the privilege of helping others through our work, and security in our homes and meals. Sadly, not all families can […]Learn More
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), every American is entitled to quality, affordable health care. Unfortunately, the open enrollment period in the ACA’s Health Insurance Marketplace has not been widely advertised this year due to budget cuts under the Trump administration. That’s why it’s crucial to enroll for coverage in 2020 between now and December 15, 2019. How […]Learn More
As of early September, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) made an announcement regarding low levels of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a cancer-causing element, found in ranitidine. Ranitidine is the active ingredient found in the heartburn medication, Zantac. NDMA is an environmental contaminant classified as a probable carcinogen in studies on animals. Human studies are very limited […]Learn More
Our team at Goodman Acker P.C. recently took on a hit-and-run case that has received a lot of media attention. The case began on a September afternoon. After visiting her mother, our 67-year-old client was crossing Greenfield at 10 Mile Road. The walk sign was on, but after she continued past the median in the road, […]Learn More
What if I told you that most of America has chosen a policy that increases the risks of heart attacks, makes driving more dangerous, causes more on the job injuries, and an increase in sleep deprivation without any significant benefit to Americans? You’d probably tell me that this was a terrible idea, wouldn’t you? And […]Learn More
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