Vornado space heaters, xtava hair dryers, Manhattan Toy lanes recalled
SAN ANTONIO – Certain bottles of bubble-gum flavored Children's Advil have been recalled over concerns of possible overdosing. Pfizer is recalling one lot because of a packaging mistake.
According to the company, the dosage cup provided in the package is marked in teaspoons, while the instructions are written in milliliters, which could potentially lead to giving too much medicine to a child.
Consumers are urged to return the recalled products to the store for a refund.
The lot in question is:
Children's Advil Suspension Bubble Gum Flavored 4fl. oz. Bottle
Lot #: R51129
Expiration Date: 11/20
The company didn't say whether it had received any reports of incidents. The most common symptoms associated with ibuprofen overdose include nausea, vomiting, headache, drowsiness, blurred vision and dizziness.
Vornado reannounced its earlier recall of 350,000 personal space heaters after a fire killed an elderly Minnesota man.
The small, portable Vortex electric space heaters with model number VH101 were sold in a variety of colors.
The company said they have received 19 reports of heaters catching fire.
They were sold from 2008 through March 2018 at several retailers including Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, Target and Amazon.com.
Xtava recalled 235,000 hair dryers after nearly 200 reports of the dryer power cord overheating, melting, exploding or catching fire.
The recall involves the Allure and Allure Pro 220W ionic ceramic dryers sold separately or in a hair kit, which have xtava imprinted on the blower end.
The company has received 18 reports of burns and two reports of minor electrical shock.
They were sold online from October 2014 through August 2018.
Manhattan Toy recalled 5100 wooden airplanes because the rubber wheels can come off and a child could choke on them.
The $8 toy is the Pull-Back Speedy with lot code 155400 EJ.
Consumers can return the toy to the store for a refund.
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