Johnson & Johnson Recalling Infant Tylenol
The Johnson & Johnson company has decided that they need to recall more than half a million bottles of grape-flavored liquid infant Tylenol. The recall was prompted after Johnson and Johnson said they parents contacted them to complain about issues with the Tylenol's dosing system.
J & J officials say parents told them the bottle has a syringe and a flow restrictor that some of the parents say can get pushed down into the bottle while parents are using it for their sick children. Johnson and Johnson says no adverse events have been reported.
The recall is the latest in a string of recalls involving over-the-counter Johnson & Johnson brands like Tylenol.