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Lansinoh to control manufacturing assets for three of its products

BY Michael Johnsen

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Lansinoh Labs on Tuesday announced the acquisition of certain operational and manufacturing assets from En-Ko Electronic Control Systems in Izmir, Turkey. The acquisition will allow Lansinoh to directly control the manufacturing of the Lansinoh Affinity double electric breast pump, Lansinoh Affinity breast-milk storage bottles and Lansinoh ComfortFit flanges.

The new company will operate as Lansinoh Laboratories Medical Device Design and join other Lansinoh company assets, including the Lansinoh and Momma brands.

“This acquisition is a significant milestone for our company and brands,” stated Kevin Vyse-Peacock, Lansinoh CEO. “Lansinoh Laboratories Medical Device Design provides a platform of resources that supports our existing breast-pump business, and also permits Lansinoh to develop ideas for innovative new products.”

Cahit Ustundag will lead the operation and report to Richard Thome, Lansinoh COO.

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Clorox gives quick, dirty advice on keeping bachelor pads clean

BY Allison Cerra

OAKLAND, Calif. — Clorox recently launched the "Quick & Dirty" cleaning guide for bachelors on its website.

In line with Valentine’s Day, Clorox incorporated its line of cleaning products into the guide. The line was developed after a Clorox-sponsored study, conducted by Charles Gerba, a microbiology professor at the University of Arizona, found that some bachelor pads may contain more than 15 times the amount of bacteria than the homes of bachelors’ female counterparts. Of the surfaces tested in bachelors’ apartments, coffee tables and remote controls harbored the most bacteria.

To download the Clorox guide, click here.

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HealthWarehouse.com to acquire online assets of Hocks Pharmacy

BY Michael Johnsen

CINCINNATI — HealthWarehouse.com on Tuesday announced that it has consummated two separate transactions to acquire all the online assets of Hocks Pharmacy, an online reseller of over-the-counter medications, diabetic supplies and medical equipment. HealthWarehouse.com also will merge with a newly formed subsidiary of Hocks Pharmacy.

Following the acquisition, the business will continue to operate under the Hocks.com name until transitioning to HealthWarehouse.com when the time is appropriate, the company announced.

"The combination will bring together two companies committed to providing great customer service and affordable prices on medications to the consumer," stated Lalit Dhadphale, HealthWarehouse.com president and CEO.

A day before the acquisition, HealthWarehouse.com announced that the company has been added to the prescription drug benefit program that Huntington Insurance offers to self-insured companies for more than 100 employers with 200,000 employees in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Under that partnership, participating employers can offer their employees the option to have 300 prescription medications for $3.50, and 1,000 medications for less than $25, delivered to employees’ homes via free shipping.

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