We've heard of alternative medicine, but this is just ridiculous!
A mom from Texas is facing possible deportation after she decided to skip bringing her teenaged son to the hospital for his broken foot, and instead treating the injury herself with a lot of Tylenol!
Illegal resident Mely Saldana apparently did not want to risk bringing her 15-year-old son to the hospital because she feared being thrown out of the country — which is somewhat ironic since she faces that threat now for NOT bringing her son there!
The teenager was initially injured after being thrown to the floor during
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Heads up, everyone!
Johnson & Johnson is recalling 574,000 bottles of its grape-flavored liquid infant Tylenol in the United States.
Apparently something is wrong with the dosing system, and parents have been complaining. If you're a parent and you're reading this, you might already know what we're talking about!
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Ugh! Tylenol really needs to get its act together!
Coming off of a massive recall just a few months ago, the over-the-counter pain reliever has been recalled again for complaints of a musty odor coming from the bottles.
The odor is thought to be caused by a chemical named 2,4,6-tribromoanisole, which is applied to wooden pallets that are used to transport and store packaging materials.
About 34,000 bottles of the 150 count Tylenol 8 Hour extended release caplets were recalled Tuesday.
Anyone who suspects they have an affected bottle should stop using the product immediately and contact McNeil Consumer Healthcare, either at www.tylenol.com or by calling 1-888-222-6036 (Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time) for instructions about receiving a refund or product coupon.
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Looks like you'll want to go with generic brands for the moment, because nearly 50 million Johnson & Johnson bottles and packages of medicine have been recalled!
At this time, J&J has said that a "cleaning problem" and a "minor labeling irregularity" were the causes for the recall.
Some of the recalled products include Tylenol, Benadryl, Sudafed PE, and Rolaids.
According to J&J, it is "very unlikely" that their cleaning issues negatively affected product quality.
This does NOT fill us with confidence for J&J's products.
Get your act together, Johnson & Johnson! This isn't the first time you've had a major recall like this.
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