Advil had to recall two lots of their Cold & Sinus Day/Night Convenience Pack boxes in Canada - because someone mixed up which ones are to be taken during the day and which ones are to be taken at night. Affected boxes contain either 18 caplets (lot number ER2072) or 36 caplets (lot number ER2069), and have an expiration date of February 2023. The recall notice states: "Taking a nighttime caplet when alertness is required may pose potentially serious adverse health consequences, such as when driving motor vehicles or operating heavy machinery. It may also cause potentially serious health consequences for those who have taken other sedatives or tranquilizers, consumed alcohol, and the elderly." It is recommended that anyone who has Advil products covered by the recall stop using them, and consult with a health-care professional if they have health-related concerns. (ABC News)
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