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Week of Mon, Oct 22nd, 2012

Watson releases Actos generic

Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. has begun shipping pioglitazone hydrochloride tablets (15mg, 30mg and 45mg), a diabetes medication.

Pine Brothers serves up free drops to opera singers

Throat drop maker Pine Brothers is offering its products free to America's professional opera singers

Medline earns kudos for BioMask

Medline Industries Inc.'s BioMask medical face mask has won the 2012 Chicago Innovation Award.

Twisted Sista hair care line rolls out to CVS

Twisted Sista's salon-inspired hair care and hair styling products are now available at select CVS/pharmacy stores across the country.

No7 marks milestone with new skin care offerings

The Boots No7 brand is celebrating its 77th anniversary with a pair of new skin care product and a brand redesign for the U.S. market.

Pfizer to acquire NextWave Pharmaceuticals

Pfizer Inc. plans to buy NextWave Pharmaceuticals, a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops medications for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and related central nervous system disorders.

Pharmavite debuts Voots, its first brand for kids

Pharmavite has launched Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts, a fruit- and vegetable-based dietary supplement for children.

Some Banana Boat spray products recalled due to burn risk

Energizer Holdings Inc. is voluntarily pulling some continuous-spray Banana Boat sun care products from the market due to a risk of the products igniting on the skin if contact is made with a source of ignition before the product is completely dry.

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