Most people have heard recent news reports regarding a Salmonella outbreak caused by peanut butter now being sold in Trader Joe's stores throughout the nation and even right here in Bergen County. The supermarket chain has ordered a voluntary recall of the tainted peanut butter as a precautionary measure.
Saying that the smartphone "is a product we sell and it's being used inappropriately," AT&T chairman and chief executive Randall L. Stephenson is speaking out forcefully in efforts to curb the widespread and dangerous practice of texting while driving.
Old habits die hard.
The class of antibiotic medications called fluoroquinolones serves an important role in the drug arsenal against serious illnesses and infections, with such drugs standing ready as the big guns in a second-line defense aimed at killing off life-threatening infections such as hospital-acquired pneumonia.
For some people, it might appropriately be called a pet peeve, namely, seeing other vehicles flash by with noticeably unrestrained animals -- usually dogs -- hanging halfway out windows, jumping over seats or clearly engaging the attention of their owners while those persons are driving.
Nursing homes in New Jersey and elsewhere across the country are comparatively dangerous places to work.
Crystal Springs Resort, the owner and managing operator of the Mountain Creek Waterpark in Vernon, is likely concerned with issues relating to both premises liability and product liability in the aftermath of an accident that occurred at the park in mid-summer.
Calling it a "landmark settlement," one state attorney general from among 35 other s pitted against New Jersey-based pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J) lauds the recent settlement between J&J and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which also includes the three dozen plaintiff states.