Potential contamination prompts kids' medication recall

Published: Aug. 24, 2018 at 1:41 PM CDT
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Dozens of medications for children and infants are being recalled because of potential microbial contamination.

The FDA reported on Wednesday that King Bio is recalling 32 products – ranging from medication for chicken pox symptoms to treatments to help children’s attention and learning.

The company says a “small percentage of its products” that were manufactured between Aug. 1, 2017 and April 2018 tested positive for the contamination.

King Bio says the recall is a precaution, and the company has not received any reports of injury or illness.

The list includes:

DK Attention & Learning Enh.

Chicken Pox Symptom Relief

Children's Appetite & Weight

Children's Appetite Enhance

Children's Cough Relief

Children's Fever Reliever

Children's Growth & Development

DK Newborn Tonic

DK Nosebleed Relief


Children's Ear Relief Formula

DK Teething

DK Colic Relief

Tummy Aches

Kids Multi-Strain Flu Relief

Kids Stress & Anxiety

Kids Sleep Aid

Kids Bed Wetting (NP)

Kids Candida 4 oz

Kids Attention & Learning (SCRX)

Bed Wetting Prevention (SCRX)

Chicken Pox Symptom Relief (SCRX)

Children’s Cough (SCRX)

Children’s Ear Formula (SCRX)

Children’s Fever Reliever (SCRX)

Children’s Growth & Development (SCRX)

Colic Relief (SCRX)

Newborn Tonic (SCRX)

Teething (SCRX)

Tummy Aches (SCRX)

Children’s Appetite & Weight (SCRX)

Children’s Appetite Enhancer (SCRX)

The company is telling consumers to avoid using the products.

If you have any questions, you can reach the company at 866-298-2740 or e-mail during business hours, Monday through Thursday between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. EST.

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