CVS pulling all 22-ounce J&J baby powder from shelves amid recall

CVS is removing all 22-ounce-sized Baby Powder bottles from its stores and off its website after government regulators found tiny amounts of asbestos in one lot of the talc-based product. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/JUSTIN SULLIVAN
CVS is removing all 22-ounce-sized Baby Powder bottles from its stores and off its website after government regulators found tiny amounts of asbestos in one lot of the talc-based product. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/JUSTIN SULLIVAN
WIMINGTON, Del.– CVS Health Corp. is pulling some bottles of Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder off pharmacy shelves after government regulators found tiny amounts of asbestos in one lot of the talc-based product. Officials of Rhode Island-based CVS, the largest U.S. pharmacy chain by locations, said Thursday they are removing all 22-ounce-sized Baby Powder bottles…

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