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New Study Indicates Risperdal Causes Gynecomastia in Middle-Aged Men

Risperdal, an antipsychotic given to adults for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and to children for treating autism-related irritability, has been associated with breast development in men, a condition known as gynecomastia. A 2006 study in the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology confirmed a link, but the research primarily focused on adolescents. As a result, the study…

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Risperdal’s Side Effects: Range and Severity

Risperdal, an atypical antipsychotic approved for treatment of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia in adults and autism and bipolar disorder in children, has been the subject of multiple lawsuits at the state level. Plaintiffs claim manufacturer Johnson & Johnson never provided sufficient warning about side effects, and stated false claims concerning risks in advertising. As well,…

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$650 Million Settlement Reached in MDL Pradaxa Mass Tort Claim

Starting in 2012, cases concerning anticoagulant Pradaxa sprang up rapidly at state and federal levels. Plaintiffs alleged manufacturer Boehringer Ingelheim International GmbH did not provide medical professionals and patients with sufficient information about major risks, such as excessive bleeding from mild trauma and no antidote to hemorrhaging. As of December 2013, 1,963 lawsuits had been…

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Low Testosterone Lawsuit Update: New Side Effects, More Research, MDL Consolidation

Lawsuits concerning low-testosterone supplements have accelerated over the past two months, with more developments surfacing since then. Back in April, a press release from UNT Health Science Center revealed that not only are the supplements like AndroGel associated with increased cardiovascular risks, but they’re also correlated with brain cell damages in certain races. Researchers found…

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New Study Confirms Autism SSRI Link

Although SSRIs assist in improving depressive symptoms, they’re associated with a wide range of side effects, including several birth defects. Past studies have found a link between autism and SSRI exposure in the womb, with another recently finding a similar correlation. Published in Pediatrics on April 14, the study revealed that boys with autism are…

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