Criminal Charges Are Possible For Tylenol Recall Scandal

Criminal Charges Are Possible For Tylenol Recall Scandal

CNN is reporting that the FDA has referred the Tylenol recall case to their criminal division for investigation. At issue is a pattern of non-compliance with FDA warnings and failures by management of McNeil to investigate and provide a timely resolution to serious problems with the product. These problems include excess amounts of the active ingredient in Tylenol, acetaminophen. [More]

Take Your Recalled Drugs To Walgreens, CVS For Refund

Take Your Recalled Drugs To Walgreens, CVS For Refund

Got recalled Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl? Want a refund? Don’t want to deal with the online form? CVS and Walgreens have told the media that consumers can bring recalled medicines to their stores for a refund. [More]

FDA Is Mad: Funky, Smelly, Barfy Tylenol Has Been A Problem Since 2008

FDA Is Mad: Funky, Smelly, Barfy Tylenol Has Been A Problem Since 2008

The FDA is @#$%# pissed off at McNeil, the company that makes smelly, barfy Tylenol and other products, because apparently this problem has been going on since 2008. [More]

Tylenol Recall Now Includes A Bunch Of Other Products

Tylenol Recall Now Includes A Bunch Of Other Products

Some batches of a certain type of Tylenol had an unusual moldy, musty, or mildew-like odor that is associated with non-serious nausea, stomach pain, vomiting, or diarrhea. The smell is apparently from a chemical that was on the wood pallets the pills were stored on. Originally, the recall was just for one type of Tylenol. Now there is a big ass list, which includes some types of Motrin, Rolaids and St. Joseph brand products. [More]