Children's cold medicine recalled due to potential overdose risk

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The cough syrup is made by the Perrigo company, but it's sold under several names. (WPVI)

Nine retailers are recalling two flavors of store-branded children's cold medicine because of a potential overdose risk.

Those retailers include Dollar General, CVS, Rite Aid, and Kroger.

Perrigo Company Medicine, sold nationally under a number of brand names, contains a dose cup with incorrect markings.

The recall covers batches of children's grape and cherry liquid cough medicine sold in 4-ounce bottles.

Recalled lots, along with their corresponding branded labels, include:

So far, no overdoses have been reported.

Click here for full details on the recall.
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