The Associated Press passes on a list of children’s cold medicines recently taken off store shelves. Check it out:
Drug makers today voluntarily pulled kids' cold medicines off the market less than two weeks after the government warned of potential health risks to infants.
Products aimed at children under the age of two are being removed from store shelves due to "rare instantances of misuse" that could lead to accidental overdose, a trade group that represents over-the-counter drug makers said.
Cold medicines being withdrawn include: Johnson & Johnson Pediacare Infant Drops and Tylenol Concentrated Infants Drops, Wyeth's Dimetapp Decongestant Infant Drops, Novartis' Triaminic Infant & Toddler Thin Strips and Prestige Brands Holdings' Little Colds Decongestant Plus Cough.
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