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Product Recalls

February 13, 2014 – March 12, 2014

Health Letter, April 2014

Class I

A number of dietary supplements manufactured by Mira Health Products Ltd. have been recalled. For details, visit

Class II

A number of products manufactured by Natures Pharmacy & Compounding Center have been recalled. For details, visit

A number of lansoprazole delayed release capsules manufactured by Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Inc. have been recalled. For details, visit

A number of products manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA have been recalled. For details, visit

Alprazolam Extended-Release Tablets, USP, 3 mg, 60-count tablets per bottle.

Clonazepam Tablets, USP 2 mg 100 tablets.

Diclofenac Sodium and Misoprostol Delayed-Release Tablets, 75 mg/0.2 mg, 60-count bottle.

Levothyroxine Sodium Tablets, USP, 200 mcg, 100-count bottle.

Metformin HCl Extended-Release Tablets, USP, 500 mg, 500 count bottles.

Oxcarbazepine Tablets, 300 mg, 100 tablet bottles.


For a list of recent recalls of consumer products, please visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission website at

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