Similac Recall: Bugs in Baby Formula Worry Parents

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In May 2007, it recalled three lots of 2-ounce bottles of Similac Special Care Ready-to-Feed Premature Infant Formula with Iron, because they didn't contain as much iron as indicated on their labels. The company and the FDA said preemies fed the formula for more than a month after discharge "could have an increased risk of developing anemia due to insufficient iron intake," but no serious medical complaints were reported.

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