Johnson & Johnson recall children's medication

UNDATED (WDAM) - Johnson and Johnson recalls packages and bottles of tablets and caplets made for children.

The medication was manufactured at the company's McNeil consumer healthcare plant in Pennsylvania -- before it temporarily closed because of other problems. This was the same plant that recalled thousands of children's and infants' Tylenol and other medications because of quality issues.

The latest recall includes about 4,000,000 packages of children's Benadryl tablets and about 800,000 bottles of junior-strength Motrin caplets.

The company says there have been no reports of problems with the product and they do not pose any safety risk to consumers. You do not need to return them to the store if you already have them.

According to the company, the products were made without rigorous manufacturing practices. For more details, visit -- or call toll free 1-888-222-6036.