Thursday, September 24, 2009

Recalls: Tylenol for Childrens and infants'

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ATLANTA, GA -- The makers of Tylenol are recalling some of their Childrens' and Infants' Tylenol made between April and June 2008.
The recall was prompted by the detection of bacteria among some of the ingredients used in the manufacturing of the products. McNeil Consumer Healthcare emphasized in a letter to doctors and other healthcare professionals released this week that the bacteria was not found in any finished product, but that the company had decided to recall the products as a precaution.
Parents and consumers who have concerns after having given their children any of the affected products are advised to contact their healthcare providers.
Anyone who has the product is advised to contact McNeil Healthcare at 800-962-5357 to receive a coupon for a new bottle of the product. Any of the affected product they may have should be thrown away.
To find out if you have the product, there is a sticker on the bottom of the box that the product came in; in addition, there is a sticker on the bottle that contains the UPC, Code number and Lot number.
CLICK HERE to download the full list of products covered as part of the recall.
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