Johnson & Johnson
The lawyer for the family of a Kingston girl who had severe and life-altering reactions to a common drug says Johnson & Johnson failed to let consumers know of the risks associated with Children’s Motrin.
Johnson & Johnson is recalling all infant Tylenol on the U.S. market because some parents have had problems with newly designed bottles — just introduced three months ago.
The pills may not dissolve and begin working as soon as intended as they approach their three-year expiration date
Johnson & Johnson and other makers of cold and fever medications said Wednesday that they will discontinue infant drops of medicines containing acetaminophen in an effort to avoid confusion that can lead to dangerous overdoses.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Tylenol caplets are again being recalled by Johnson & Johnson after some consumers were sickened by ingesting the pills or smelling a musty or moldy odor on the bottles.
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