Teresa Stack Hunter

Teresa Stack Hunter is a former journalist turned content writer with two decades of experience. Her career began as a journalist in Washington, D.C. where she interviewed politicians on Capitol Hill and foreign dignitaries on Embassy Row. Teresa also worked at the Department of Treasury, where she served as the writer-editor for Under Secretary of Enforcement Ronald K. Noble, and his equally impressive replacement Under Secretary of Enforcement Raymond W. Kelly. As a freelance writer, she writes for clients across many sectors and also ghostwrites for clients in finance.

Fueled by Covid-19 and Consumer Distrust, Johnson & Johnson Pulls Talc-based Baby Powder fom U.S. and Canadian Stores

This page features: Cited Research Articles 5/19/2020 – JOHNSON & JOHNSON PULLS SALE OF TALC-BASED BABY POWDER IN U.S. AND CANADA AMID LAWSUITS Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health announced on May 19, 2020 that their long-scrutinized talc-based baby powder will be pulled permanently from all store shelves in the United States and Canada. This discontinuation comes …

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The Devastating Damage of JUUL and Serious Complications With COVID-19

This page features: Cited Research Articles An Addictive and Dangerous Device in a Class of its Own JUUL was founded in 2015 by Adam Bowen and James Monsees, two Stanford graduates looking to disrupt the tobacco industry. Instead, they caused what many believe to be a dangerous e-cigarette health epidemic. For a time, JUUL was the …

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Zantac Recall Linked to Cancer Risk

This page features: Cited Research Articles On April 1, 2020, The FDA ordered all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, most commonly known as Zantac, pulled from the market immediately.  Patients are strongly advised by the FDA to cease using any Zantac currently in their possession and to consult with their physician on finding another treatment option. Once a …

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Hire a Lawyer to Knowledgeably Handle Your Elmiron Lawsuit

This page features: Cited Research Articles Interstitial cystitis (IC), commonly referred to as “painful bladder syndrome,” is a relatively common but painful condition experienced by millions of Americans. While IC is not dangerous or life-threatening, patients were prescribed the pharmaceutical drug Elmiron (pentosan polysulfate sodium) for the treatment of IC after the drug was approved by …

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Chaos and COVID-19 Fatalities Go Unchecked in U.S. Nursing Homes

This page features: Cited Research Articles The Wall Street Journal reported on April 23, 2020, that COVID-19 has been responsible for the deaths of 10,000 residents in U.S. nursing and long-term care facilities. Perhaps more alarming than the number of deaths from coronavirus elderly residents have suffered is the lack of accountability and responsibility shown for these very vulnerable …

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E-Cigarette Ban A Start But Not Enough In A Growing Health Crisis

This page features: Cited Research Articles As what many see as a compromise between Trump Administration officials wanting to address the growing problem of teen vaping, and the businesses that make money off of selling cartridge-based e-cigarettes, the FDA has banned most flavored vaping cartridges. The mint and fruit flavored nicotine vaping products will cease to …

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Long Term Lung Damage From Vaping Prompts Tracking By the CDC

This page features: Cited Research Articles Since the CDC started tracking problems related to vaping in March of 2019, there have been 52 confirmed deaths related to the habit.  Between the deaths and the extreme injuries, vaping has put the dangers of e-cigarettes in the public spotlight. “Vaping can do a lot to the lungs,” said …

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Total Body Bone Loss Reported In A Single Arm Adolescent Study on Truvada

This page features: Cited Research Articles A recent study in Clinical Infectious diseases suggested that patients between the ages of 15 and 19 years of age taking PrEP for HIV prevention, may not recover from bone mineral density loss.  Of particular concern, is that the damage was incurred in the lumbar spine region and whole body …

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