Over 400K Bottles Of Medication Recalled Over Child-Proofing Issues


>>Over 400K Bottles Of Medication Recalled Over Child-Proofing Issues

(Undated) -- Over 400-thousand bottles of over-the-counter medication are being recalled over child-proofing issues. The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced over 130-thousand units of Walgreens brand acetaminophen [[ uh-see-tuh-mi-nuh-fin ]] and 25-thousand Kroger brand arthritis pain acetaminophen are part of the recall. Almost 210-thousand units of Kroger brand aspirin and ibuprofen are also part of the recall. It has to do with the packaging not meeting the requirements in the Poison Prevention Packaging Act, potentially bringing the risk of poisoning if swallowed by young children. 


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