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Product recall

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McNeil-PPC Inc, a division of Johnson & Johnson, is recalling all Glacier Mint and Bubble Blast flavors of a child-friendly Listerine mouthwash, called Agent Cool Blue. The mouthwash colors the plaque on teeth, allowing for easier brushing.

McNeil-PPC Inc, a division of Johnson & Johnson, is recalling all Glacier Mint and Bubble Blast flavors of a child-friendly Listerine mouthwash, called Agent Cool Blue. The mouthwash colors the plaque on teeth, allowing for easier brushing.

The preservatives in the mouthwashes were not adequate against certain organisms. Only those with weakened or suppressed immune systems are thought to be at risk. For more recall information, call 1-888-222-0249 or visit www.agentcoolblue.com

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