More than 40 over the counter children’s medications were recalled on May 1st, 2010. These include all lot number of infant’s and children’s liquid Tylenol, liquid Tylenol Plus, liquid Motrin, liquid Benedryl and liquid Zyrtec due to concerns that the medications might have higher concentrations of active ingredients than specified on the bottle, others may contain particles and other might contain a higher concentration of inactive ingredients. The FDA is investigating. See the list below for recalls.
People mistakenly believe that if something costs more, it is better and safer. WRONG! Maclaren has proven to us that is a fallacy and has recalled one million strollers sold at Babies R Us and Target since 1999. The problem? Their strollers have a tendency to amputate the fingers of babies and toddlers. It is nice to know that they waited 10 YEARS to announce a recall. The recall affects the following models: Volo, Triumph, Quest Sport, Quest Mod, Techno XT, TechnoXLR, Twin Triumph, Twin Techno, and Easy Traveller.
The stroller pictured above is a Maclaren Quest Mod that sells for $245 at Target. Maclaren has put out the statement that consumers can contact Maclaren at 877-688-2326 or visit www.maclaren.us/recall to receive a free repair kit. If I spent $245 on a stroller, I would expect the manufacturer to refund my money or replace my stroller NOT to give me a toll free number to ask for a repair kit so my kids fingers don’t get cut off. What is wrong with them???