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FDA Releases Update: Recall of Liquid Medicines for Children

Last week, McNeil Consumer Healthcare issued a recall for many of its infant’s and children’s liquid medicines, including Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec, and Benadryl. Problems in the manufacture of these products mean that some of the medicines may contain a higher-than-labeled concentration of active ingredient, and some may contain inactive ingredients that are not supposed to …

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URGENT RECALL: Infant & Children's Liquid Medications

McNeil Consumer Healthcare has issued a voluntary recall of all of its over-the-counter liquid infant’s and children’s Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec, and Benadryl. While the company has said that no one has been injured, there is the potential for serious injury. Stop using these products IMMEDIATELY. The company reports that some products may contain “a higher …

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URGENT: Graco Crib Recall

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a voluntary recall of 217,000 Graco-brand cribs due to risk of infant suffocation, strangulation, and brain injury. The cribs involved are LaJobi-manufactured Graco wood full-sized, “drop-side” cribs. A full list of model names and numbers can be found on the CPSC website here:  Graco Crib Recall …

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Does Toyota Enjoy Lingering Consumer Pain?

Yes, it has happened again. Toyota has recalled another car: the 2003 Sequoia SUV is being recalled for a problem with its vehicle stability control system. This recall comes a week after Toyota recalled 2010 models of the Lexus GX 460 because it also had stability control issues. If your model Lexus or Toyota has …

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Auto Safety Agency in the Hot Seat

It was only a matter of time before Toyota’s troubles spilled over. Problems that big always do. The next to feel the pain is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the nation’s auto safety agency. In light of Toyota’s recall of more than 8 million vehicles for a variety of problems related to the …

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Toyota to Pay for Loaner Cars (and More)

North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper announced today that owners of recalled Toyota vehicles will be offered several services to reduce the “inconvenience” of having to get their cars fixed. Among the benefits: Pickup and return of recalled vehicle Providing rental car while the car is being fixed Quick scheduling of repairs for accelerator and …

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