Stop Using These 9 Bayer OTC Medications Right Now, Maker Says | Best Life

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Bayer is one of the most trusted names customers see on the shelves of their local pharmacy. The company is best known for developing aspirin, but it's introduced many medications to the market since it launched all the way back in 1863. But now, Bayer has issued a voluntary recall on nine of its over-the-counter products. The company is asking customers across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico to stop using them and safely discard them out of concern they could contain a potentially dangerous substance. To find out if you need to toss anything from your medicine cabinet, read on. BayerBayer is voluntarily recalling unexpired cans of its Lotrimin anti-fungal products with certain lot numbers that were distributed between Sept. 2018 and Sept. 2021. The affected anti-fungal spray products (listed below) are used to treat athlete's foot and were sold over the counter individually and in combo packs. Lotrim
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