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Johnson & Johnson recalls Motrin coated pain relief caplets
Johnson & Johnson has announced it is recalling batches of its Motrin brand coated pain-reliever caplets from store shelves because testing shows the product “may not dissolve as quickly as intended when nearing their expiration date.” The manufacturer was quick to note the product poses no health risk to consumers, but simply may not provide pain relief in a timely manner.
Johnson and Johnson announces another recall
Another day, another Johnson & Johnson recall. This time, the pharmaceutical giant is recalling 70,000 syringes filled with the schizophrenia drug Invega because of cracks in the syringes. The issue was discovered during routine testing at a Belgium manufacturing plant.
Tylenol, Motrin, Benadryl recall expanded
Another 21 lots of Tylenol, Motrin and Benadryl are being added to a recall originally issued January 2010 by McNeil Consumer Healthcare as a precaution because the company discovered the drugs were shipped in wooden pallets that had been treated
Understanding causes of SJS can help reduce number of reactions
More than 2,000 drugs, including penicillin, antibiotics, some epilepsy drugs and anti-inflammatory drugs including popular OTC brands Advil, Aleve and Motrin, have been linked to a rare but life threatening allergic reaction to medicine known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS).
Beasley Allen attorney warns public of serious adverse drug reactions
Consumers are urged to take a close look at the labels of both over-the-counter and prescription medications and be aware of the potential side effects, according to Frank Woodson, shareholder with Beasley Allen Law Firm. Woodson was quoted in a
Bear and blanket program gives comfort to kids with SJS
Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and its most serious form Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) are serious, life threatening conditions caused by common medication. They are defined as hypersensitivity disorders that affect the skin and mucous membranes, causing the top layer of
Canadian TEN victim leaves hospital in time for Christmas
Kim Oake, the Canadian single mother of two who became ill with toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) last month, was admitted to the hospital and put into a drug-induced coma to help battle infection, is going home, according to her sister
Young girl’s struggle with SJS laid out on Web site
Just six months before her body lost its fight with Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), 9-year-old Kaitlyn Sierra Langstaff penned this poem: TOUCH IS THE SENSE OF LOVE I’m scared, You hold me. I cry, You hold me close. I’m hurt,