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  • More Recalls from Tuesday Plus Forget Children’s Cold Medicine

    If you have any of these recalled products, click through to the CPSC press release for instructions on what to do next:

    Also, Johnson & Johnson has withdrawn the following children’s cold medicines because of “instances of misuse leading to overdose, particularly in infants under two years of age”: Concentrated Infants’ Tylenol Drops plus Cold; Concentrated Infants’ Tylenol Drops plus Cold & Cough; Pediacare Infant Drops Decongestant (PSE); Pediacare Infant Drops Decongestant & Cough (PSE); Pediacare Infant Dropper Decongestant (PE); Pediacare Infant Dropper Long-acting Cough; and Pediacare Infant Dropper Decongestant & Cough (PE). Click here for the official press release. Keep in mind that you should never give cold or cough products to children under age 2 and that such medicine isn’t very effective anyway and that the best thing to do is call the pediatrician. (Hat tip: The Consumerist.)