Product Recall On Child Medication 

Some local parents are concerned after a drug company issued a voluntary recall of their children’s medication.McNeil Consumer Healthcare has recalled more than 40 over-the-counter infant’s and children’s liquid medications because they don’t meet quality standards.Recalled products include certain children’s versions of tylenol, tylenol plus, motrin, zyrtec and benadryl.The company says it’s a precautionary measure, and the potential the drugs would cause medical harm is remote, but they’re still asking parents and caregivers not to give these products to their children.The company says some of the recalled drugs contain a higher concentration of active ingredient than is specified, some might contain inactive ingredients and others could contain tiny particles.For more information on the recall, go to, or call 888-222-6036.The company says they’ve identified corrective actions to put in place before new manufacturing of those drugs begins.