On July 8th, Johnson and Johnson recalled more Tylenol and over-the-counter drugs after they were linked to a musty or moldy odor, expanding a recall the company started in January.
The latest recall involved 21 lots of medications, including Tylenol for children and adults, several forms of Benadryl allergy tablets and Motrin painkiller.
The lots were sold in the United States, Fiji, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Tobago, and Jamaica.
Consumer complaints of odors were traced to a chemical called TBA, which is present in the wooden pallets used to ship and store the medications.
Anyone who bought products included in the recall should stop taking them and contact the company about a refund or replacement.
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