From Bloomberg:

Novartis AG said it’s voluntarily recalling some over-the-counter products in the U.S., including its Excedrin headache pills and NoDoz medication, because they may contain broken or stray tablets from other products.

Novartis has temporarily suspended operations at the Lincoln, Nebraska, plant where the products were made, the company said in a statement today. The recall also affects its Bufferin and Gas-X Prevention brands.

The move comes after consumer complaints “of chipped and broken pills and inconsistent bottle packaging line clearance practices possibly resulting in mixed tablets,” the statement said. The over-the-counter medications were distributed throughout the U.S. …

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