That odor smells like a Johnson & Johnson recall (Morning Read)

Current medical news from today, including: Johnson & Johnson recalling Prezista; marital dispute causing infant sleep issues; dealflow.

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That odor smells like a J&J recall: Johnson and Johnson has been  forced to recall 2,000 or so bottles of its Prezista HIV 400mg med after consumers noticed a musty odor emanating from the packaging.

Marital fight = infant sleep issues? Could marital discord lead to infant sleep problems. Oregon State University researchers believe that. A study they conducted found that marital instability when a child is 9 months old was related to sleep problems when the baby reaches 18 months.

Cleaner cars can lower healthcare costs: A new study from the American Lung Association shows that low emission cars affects your wallet not only at the gas pump but at the hospital too. The study shows that those cars can reduce healthcare costs and premature deaths from cardiopulmonary causes.

Dealflow : Seventh Sense Biosystems, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company which is involved in improving blood sampling and health diagnostics said it raised $4.5 million of a two-tranche $10 million extension of its Series A financing.

Cardiva Medical, a Sunnyvale, California-based company raised $7.5 million, according to a regulatory filing. It develops and commercializes vascular closure technology designed to help the body heal itself.

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