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Shelves that used to hold infants' nonprescription cough and cold products stand empty in a Washington drug store October 11, Novartis and Prestige Brands Holdings are recalling their oral infant cough and cold medicines, as well, because data show that when the medicines are misused, it can lead to overdose, especially in children under 2 years old. At least one U.

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The move affects only "infant" oral medicines, not those intended and labeled for use in children age 2 and older. And it comes as U. She added, "Combination products are dangerous if parents do not know what ingredients are in them and extra doses of single ingredients are given.

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Take every 4 hours; not to exceed 6 doses in 24 hours or as directed by a doctor. Children 6 to under 12 years of age: allow 2 strips to dissolve on tongue. Children 2 to under 6 years of age: allow 1 strip to dissolve on tongue.

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A massive recall of popular infant cold medicines has parents cleaning out their bathroom cabinets and scrambling for old-fashioned remedies as cold and flu season approaches. Because of fears that the products may be misused and possibly lead to fatal overdoses, leading drug makers Thursday voluntarily removed 14 over-the-counter medications from the market. The medicines include top-selling products sold under the brand names Tylenol, Triaminic, Robitussin, Little Colds, Pediacare and Dimetapp.

SHERMAN OAKS — Pharmacist Michael Hall pulled a dozen boxes of infant cold medicines off the shelves of his store Thursday, a scene repeated thousands of times across the country after drug makers voluntarily recalled 14 brands because parents could misuse them. An infant is not a little adult. The FDA met earlier this month to discuss a report released in August about the adverse effects associated with giving too much of the medications to children under 2 years old.

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Take every 4 hours; not to exceed 6 doses in 24 hours or as directed by a doctor. Children 6 to under 12 years of age: allow 2 strips to dissolve on tongue. Children 2 to under 6 years of age: allow 1 strip to dissolve on tongue.

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The makers of some cough and cold medicines for infants are voluntarily withdrawing 14 medicines as a precaution. The drugmakers say misuse of the over the counter medicines in children under two years old could lead to an accidental overdose. Consumers should contact the makers of the products for more information and what to do if they have purchased the products.

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