200,000 acetaminophen bottles in Humana health kits recalled

Nearly 200,000 bottles of acetaminophen in health kits distributed by Humana were recalled, though only 16,000 of the insurer's members actually received the kits, according to the FDA and Humana.

The 100-count bottles, which contained 500 milligram tablets, were flagged by A-S Medication Solutions for having an "incomplete prescription drug label rather than the required OTC Drug Facts label," the April 2 statement read.

The bottles were in clear plastic bags with other seasonal products, and were likely distributed by Humana between Jan. 14 and March 15 of this year.

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