At 9 a.m.: Day 5 of Public Impeachment Hearings

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    Johnson & Johnson recalls epilepsy pill for chemical odor

    Johnson & Johnson has issued a recall of a widely used epilepsy pill after customers complained of a chemical odor. Two lots of 100-milligram tablets of Topamax, sold between Oct. 19 and Dec. 28, 2010, have been pulled.

    The Associated Press reports about 6,000 of the bottles are still on the market, with lots numbers OKG110 and OLG222. The pills were sold in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

    This marks more than 20 recalls since September 2009. You can track the recalls here.

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