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"Ameridose, LLC proactively and voluntarily agreed to cease all manufacturing and compounding operations immediately," says Director of Health Care Safety and Quality for the Department of Public Health's Dr. Madeleine Biondolillo. "Ameridose and its partnering distributor Alanis Pharmaceuticals will cease distribution of all product manufactured and compounded by that company, or any of the companies under shared ownership for a time delineated period."
At this point, Massachusetts health officials say they have not found mold-tainted steroid injections at the 2nd pharmacy, but they are investigating. We'll have CONTINUING COVERAGE of the Meningitis outbreak. You'll get any overnight developments on TENNESSEE MORNINGS. You can stay up to date by going to Fox17.com and clicking on MENINGITIS in the HOT TOPICS section, or Facebook.com/FoxNashville.
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Couple's bodies found in their Blount County home
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LOUISVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Blount (blunt) County sheriff's office says preliminary results of autopsies on the bodies of a couple found dead in their home in Louisville (LEW'-ihs-vil) show their deaths are consistent with murder-suicide.
Marian O'Briant said in an email that it appears 54-year-old Steven Adkins shot 53-year-old Rebecca Adkins, then shot himself.
O'Briant said a family member found the bodies Sunday night. It wasn't clear how long they had been dead.
United 787 takes to the skies
HOUSTON (AP) -- United Airlines has one of its 787 aircraft back in the air.
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By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ
AP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) -- When the Dow first crossed 14,000, investors were overjoyed. ...
IN THE NEWS: FINANCIAL TIMES SITS HACKED
LONDON (AP) -- Another attack on a media site -- and again, one that is being claimed by the Syrian Electronic Army.
BRAS A FIRE HAZARD?
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- We haven't heard this much about the threat of bra burning since the days of the women's liberation movement.