Children's Advil recalled due to labeling mistake, overdose concerns

Pfizer is voluntarily recalling one lot of their Suspension Bubble Gum Flavored 4 FL OZ Bottle due to a labeling mistake.
The company released this statement.
The dosage cup is marked in teaspoons, while the label is in milliliters, which raises overdose concerns.
The recall only affects the 4-ounce bottles sold between May and June of this year.
Homeopathic company King Bio also issued a voluntary recall on all water-based medicines for kids, pets and adults.
The company warns there might be a possible "microbial contamination."
The products have faced criticism by the FDA because they don't require approval before hitting the market.
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