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Commonly Used Medication Recalled Nationwide Due To Possible Life-Threatening Reasons, According To Health Officials


A common medication for children is being pulled from the shelves due to dangerous reasons. The fear of overdosing a child is the biggest issue, according to health officials. Many parents are worried why this wasn’t caught sooner. Do you have any in your cabinets?

The medication is being removed from shelves due to the packaging being mislabeled. Government health officials are urging parents, grandparents, and guardians to check the medicine cabinets for this product.

Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, a division of Advil, is recalling some children’s Advil due to the mislabeled instructions. The label does not match the product’s measuring cup, which is causing great concern to health officials and parents because the outcome could cause an overdose.

If you have this recalled product in your home, you are asked to discard the medication or return it to the place of purchase.

Product Details

The Children’s Advil Suspension bubble-gum flavored, four-ounce fluid bottles are subject to recall nationwide. The bottles have an expiration date of November 2020 and are marked with “R51129” and have an NDC number, “0573-0207-30.”

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