Anxious parents are scouring Internet for more information about safe alternatives of Zyrtec and benadryl after over-the-counter liquid medication Zyrtec and benadryl recall for infants and children that was announced abruptly on Friday evening by FDA and Johnson & Johnson.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has advised parents to stop using over 43 OTC products, noting that some may contain “tiny particles” while others have too much active ingredients or inactive ingredients that don’t meet specifications.
The recall affects all unexpired lots of Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl formulated for youngsters — more than 43 liquid products in all. Parents across the country rely on the medications to ease their children’s aches and pains, fevers and allergy-associated runny noses and sneezes.
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