DEA investigating Chargers, Padres

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    They're evidently checking for the teams' adulterated Tylenol Extra-Strength back room stock.:kitten:

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    Well Doc, other than posting this report, where do you stand on Tylenol Extra-Strength??
     
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    Their facility in Puerto Rico produced these products that led to consumers detecting strange odors from the bottles and then becoming sick by tainted pills. The problems were linked to the presence of a chemical called 2,4,6-tribromoanisole (TBA), which results from the breakdown of a chemical in wood pallets used to transport and store packaging materials for the drugs. Evidently the makers of Tylenol knew that there was a problem for about 1 1/2 yrs before they acted on it. Their medication produced after the Jan. 15 recall date should fine. It is a very useful drug, especially for those with significant stomach sensitivities to most pain and anti-inflammatory drugs such as Motrin, Advil, Aleve, Aspirin, Celebrex, Naprosyn, etc.
     

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