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Tylenol Recall

Tylenol Products Get Recalled But Do You Care?

A mother's worry is never done, especially when recalls for common merchandise make the nightly news. The latest products caught in the headlines are those manufactured by Tylenol. A staple in most every mother's medicine cabinet, certain lots of Children’s and Infants' Tylenol drugs are said to be contaminated with B. Cepacia, a type of bacteria that can cause pneumonia in some children. Unlike many alerts, this one is precautionary as no illnesses or injuries have been reported in relation to the detection. Without a moment's hesitation, many mums may race to their bathroom and toss the questioned goods while others roll the dice and keep it locked up for the next cold season. What's your game plan?

To see the list of products that are being recalled, just click here.

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Nadia24gv Nadia24gv 6 years
When will safe ones be available?
Chrstne Chrstne 6 years
If medicine was recalled that I took, I would chuck it. If a medicine was recalled that my baby took, you can bet that I would chuck that, too. Probably faster than for myself! Why would you even consider seeing if anything bad happens to your kid? I wouldn't take that chance.
MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
We don't have any now, but just two weeks ago we went through a newly purchased bottle while she was teething her cuspids.
handbagbride handbagbride 6 years
You can check the lot number on the side of the bottle. If your bottle doesn't share the same lot # as those in the recall then you don't have to throw it out. http://www.tylenol.com/page.jhtml?id=tylenol/news/subpchildinfantnews.inc Be smart folks but no need to overreact.
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