Pfizer Recalling Bubble Gum Flavored Children's Advil

Pfizer is recalling bubble gum-flavored children's Advil over a labeling mixup.  Parents complained that dosage instructions on the four-ounce bottle don't match what's written on the dosage cup.   

The label gives instructions in milliliters, but the cup's instructions are marked in teaspoons.  

The New York-based pharmaceutical giant says that could cause a potential overdose, so it's recalling four-ounce bubble-gum flavored medicine sold nationwide between May and June.  The lot number is R51129 with an expiration date of 11-20.


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