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HSA CONFIRMS FAULTY EPIPENS WAS DISTRIBUTED IN SG, BUT SINCE RECALLED

The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has announced that a batch of potentially faulty EpiPens - which are used to treat severe allergic reactions - was distributed in Singapore but has since been recalled. The EpiPens came under the spotlight last week, when pharmaceutical giant Pfizer was accused of failing to investigate hundreds of complaints about defective EpiPens, including cases where patients had died.

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SENGKANG LRT STATION INCONVENIENCE ELDERLY & DISABLED WITH FAULTY LIFTS, BAD DESIGN

A Sengkang resident is unhappy with the amenities at LRT stations as they create inconveniences for the elderly and wheelchair-bound. Shouldn't the LTA or grassroots leaders do something to make their lives easier?

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WOMAN ELECTROCUTED TO DEATH BY FAULTY USB PHONE CHARGER

Sheryl Aldeguer left behind two young children and a husband when she was electrocuted by a faulty USB phone charger in her rented room in Gosford in April. The 28-year-old, from the Philippines, was to start work as a theatre nurse at Gosford Hospital within days of her death. Authorities used Ms Aldeguer's death to warn consumers against buying rip-off USB-style chargers. The young woman was wearing headphones and holding her laptop when she was found dead with burns on her ears and chest, in an apparent electrocution.

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