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OTC Heartburn Remedy Options Remain Robust Without Ranitidine

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FDA advising consumers to choose other heartburn OTCs but isn't ordering ranitidine off market. Consumers concerned about Johnson's Baby Powder due to potential asbestos can choose not only from other brands, but also from Johnson's in containers other than 22-ounce option on recall.

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