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US Recalls: Bacteria Found On Scented Soaps From Firm Linked To Contaminated OTC Sanitizers

Yeasty Honey Nasal Spray, Faulty Handheld Massager, More Sanitizers Among Recent Recalls

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Scented soaps containing bacteria dangerous to people with weakened immune systems or chronic lung diseases are among recent US consumer health and beauty product recalls. More OTC sanitizers imported from Mexico and found to contain methanol and eye drops distributed without instructions also are on recall.

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