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Johnson & Johnson Recalls


Johnson & Johnson has announced a recall on nearly all of their products. All of the products were manufactured between May 2010 and June 2010. You can check your product’s label by seeing either MAY2010TECH or JUN2010TECH.
The following products under the recall are:

1. BAND-AID 100 Count Adhesive Bandages for having lack of adhesiveness. Bandages that do not stick can expose areas that can lead to bacterial infections.
2. All Listerine Products for having too much concentration of the alcohol active ingredient. Too much concentration can be harmful to the body with hangovers lasting for two days. Also, brain damage can be life-threatening.
3. All Sudafed Products for having too much of the active ingredient Pseudoephedrine HCl. This ingredient can be used to produce methamphetamine.
4. Splenda Individual Packets for containing real sugar.
5. All Visine products for having a saline eye solution.
6. Nicorette chewing gum for not having enough active ingredient Nicotine causing smokers to crave tobacco products.

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  1. November 13, 2010 at 12:13 am

    i want it

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