According to McNeil Consumer Healthcare, approximately 574,000 bottles of grape flavored liquid infant Tylenol, which were been distributed nationally, have been recalled.  The medicine is part of the Johnson & Johnson consumer health unit, which has been plagued by recent recalls.

The product recall has been made due to a problem with a device that helps measure the dosages.  The Tylenol bottle comes with a syringe and protective cover or flow restrictor, at the top, which is designed to measure the medicine. McNeil reports that the dosing my be inaccurate with the new no-spill design.  The McNeil division is one of three business segments for Johnson & Johnson.  This division has issued about two dozen recalls in more than two years.

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