Happy Mother’s Day: An Interview with Juliet Foster

Posted by Firm Staff on May 12, 2017 4:40:58 PM

They say there’s no bond stronger than the one a mother shares with her children. This weekend, we all celebrate that love and the women who raised us. You may know Juliet Foster as one of the founding partners of The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, but did you know she’s the proud mother of two? In honor of Mother’s Day, we interviewed Juliet to share more about her experience as both a loving mother and experienced lawyer.

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Topics: Lifestyle, Law, Meet The Firm, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Foster & Houston, FANDHLAW, Mothers Day, Juliet Foster

F&H Law FAQ: Should You Consult a Lawyer Regarding Your Burn Injury

Posted by Firm Staff on May 9, 2017 12:26:10 PM

 

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Topics: Burn Injury, Ryan Foster, Foster & Houston, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Burn Injury Lawsuit, Burn Lawsuit, Health Research, FANDHLAW, Burn Technology, Health

Researchers Develop New Flexible Artificial Skin for Amputees

Posted by Firm Staff on May 2, 2017 10:15:27 AM

Chemical engineers at Stanford University have developed a stretchable skin that could bring new hope to amputees. The end goal of this new technology is to give amputees the ability to move prostetic devices with better dexterity, even eventually giving patients the ability to control limbs with thought alone.

 

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Topics: Health, Medical, Medical News, Amputation, Medical Updates, Amputation Lawsuit, Health Study, Health Research, Ryan Foster, Foster & Houston, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, FANDHLAW

How Accurate were Xarelto Clinical Trial Results? A CBS News Investigation

Posted by Firm Staff on Apr 25, 2017 7:29:02 PM

Xarelto is a blood thinning medication used to treat atrial fibrillation in people who are also at risk for stroke. However, multiple lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturer of Xarelto claiming the company withheld important safety information.

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Topics: Health News, Health, Health Study, Health Research, Ryan Foster, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Foster & Houston, FANDHLAW, FDA, Xarelto, Xarelto Lawsuit

ABC News: Levaquin Labels Don’t Fully Explain Risks of Use

Posted by Firm Staff on Apr 18, 2017 1:17:26 PM

According to plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit filed in the District of Columbia, pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson, the manufacturer of Levaquin, hid details about the drug’s adverse side effects.

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Topics: Fluoroquinolone, Fluoroquinolones, Levaquin, Avelox, FDA, Health, Medical Update, Levaquin Lawsuit, Avelox Lawsuit, FLQ, FLQ Lawsuit, Fluoroquinolone Lawsuit, Fluoroquinolones Lawsuit, Ryan Foster, Foster & Houston, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Avelox Law, Levaquin Law, Avelox Lawyer, Levaquin Lawyer, Levaquin Attorney, Avelox Attorney

New Techniques for IVC Filter Removal Result in High Success Rate

Posted by Firm Staff on Apr 6, 2017 7:45:23 PM

A team of radiologists at Rush University Medical Center have pioneered new techniques for IVC filter removal. According to Medical Xpress, these new methods performed by the Rush team have had a 100 percent retrieval rate over the past five years.

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Topics: IVC Filter, Health News, IVC Filter Lawsuit, IVC Lawsuit, Ryan Foster, Foster & Houston, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Medical, Medical News, Medical Update, Juliet Foster, FANDHLAW, FandH, IVC Filter Lawyer, IVC Filter Attorney

Pradaxa Can Increase Risk of Stroke, Bleeding, Hematomas, and More

Posted by Firm Staff on Apr 3, 2017 3:39:27 PM

The FDA has issued a medication guide about the risks associated with the blood-thinner medication Pradaxa. Side effects associated with the drug include uncontrollable bleeding, hematomas, stroke and death.

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Topics: Health News, Health, Health Study, Health Research, Ryan Foster, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Foster & Houston, FANDHLAW, FDA, Pradaxa, Pradaxa Lawsuit, Pradaxa Law, Pradaxa Lawyer, Pradaxa Attorney, Stroke

BioMed Central Investigates Association of Proton Pump Inhibitors with Chronic Kidney Disease

Posted by Firm Staff on Mar 28, 2017 3:15:36 PM

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) used to treat heartburn have been linked to an increased risk of developing kidney disease. In this post we discuss research conducted by BioMed Central that investigates the associated risks of PPIs.

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Topics: Health News, Heartburn, Kidney Disease, Kidney Damage, Ryan Foster, Nexium, Nexium Lawsuit, Prilosec, Prilosec Lawsuit, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Foster & Houston, FANDHLAW, PPI, PPI Lawsuit, Heartburn Drug Lawsuit, Heartburn Drugs, GERD Drug, GERD Drugs, GERD Drug Lawsuit, Prevacid, Prevacid Lawsuit, Heartburn Drug, Chronic Kidney Disease, Kidney Failure

Tips For A Fun & Safe Spring

Posted by Firm Staff on Mar 21, 2017 1:47:15 PM

Days are warmer, buds are blooming, and the sun is shining a bit brighter. Now that spring has sprung, it's time to enjoy the outdoors and find a new routine for the season. From spring cleaning to home repairs to yard work, it's important to be safe this spring. Below, you'll find a list of tips for safe fun this time of year.

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Topics: Health, Lifestyle, Water Safety, Ryan Foster, Foster & Houston, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, FANDHLAW, Julie Foster, spring, Spring Safety, Spring Safety Tips, Grill Tips, Grilling Tips, Yard Work, Yard Work Tips

New Resource Offers Exercise Options After Burn Injury

Posted by Firm Staff on Mar 15, 2017 5:23:56 PM

Exercise can help enhance recovery and quality of life for people who have experienced a burn injury. A new resource from Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center (MSKTC) offers burn survivors a variety of free online resources including videos, slideshows, and information on how to properly exercise after injury.

 

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Topics: Health News, Science, Burn Injury, Ryan Foster, Foster & Houston, The Law Offices of Foster & Houston, Burn Injury Lawsuit, Burn Lawsuit, Health Research, FANDHLAW, Burn Technology, Exercise, Exercise for Burn Injuries, Health

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