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  • Tylenol Recalls Some Children's Medications

    Tylenol Recalls Some Children's Medications
    Johnson & Johnson's McNeil unit said Thursday it is voluntarily recalling 57 lots of infants' and children's liquid Tylenol products because of possible bacterial contamination. The products being recalled were made between April and June and include...
  • Tylenol Recalls Children's Medicine Due To Possible Contamination

    Tylenol Recalls Children's Medicine Due To Possible Contamination
    A common children's medicine that's probably in your house is being recalled this morning. Johnson & Johnson is pulling nearly 60 batches of Liquid Tylenol products for kids because of a possible bacterial contamination. The products were made between...
  • Infants' and Children's Liquid Tylenol Recalled

    Infants' and Children's Liquid Tylenol Recalled
    Johnson & Johnson's McNeil unit is voluntarily recalling 57 lots of infants' and children's liquid Tylenol products because of possible bacterial contamination. The products being recalled were made between April and June and include nearly two dozen...
  • How a New Policy Led to Seven Deadly Drugs

    For most of its history, the United States Food and Drug Administration approved new prescription medicines at a grudging pace, paying daily homage to the physician's creed, "First, do no harm." Then in the early 1990s, the demand for AIDS drugs...
  • PROPULSID: A Heartburn Drug, Now Linked to Children's Deaths

    In mid-1993, FDA officials prepared to approve Propulsid, a drug that eased nighttime heartburn. But a sign of danger loomed. FDA medical officer Andre Dubois noted that 48 of 1,993, or 2.4%, of the patients who took Propulsid in U.S. studies experienced...
  • RESEARCH: A hard life at the bench

    President Bush's decision on whether the federal government will fund embryonic stem cell research could open the door to a new generation of budding scientists or perhaps send many of them packing in search of a more favorable research climate or more...