The Food and Drug Administration meets next week to consider changes to children's over-the-counter formulas containing acetaminophen. Credit: Getty Images WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal health officials are considering adding dosing instru...The Food and Drug Administration meets next week to consider changes to children's over-the-counter formulas containing acetaminophen, the most common pain reliever and fever-reducing ingredient.
An illness is lingering in the kiddie medicine aisle this flu season, but it's not feverish school kids. Blame it on Big Pharma. There isn't any Children's Tylenol, Motrin, Benadryl or Zyrtec on the shelves and won't be until spring, according to ...No one might have been seriously sickened because of Children's Tylenol, but I'm sick of this mess.
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