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Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Donnamax is conducting a voluntary recall of several China-made toothpaste brands due to potential diethylene glycol contamination, FDA says Aug. 8. The company recommends consumers return or throw away DentaPro brand Cavity Fighting Fluoride Toothpaste, in fresh spearmint flavor, and Bright Max toothpaste products; the toothpastes were sold to retail outlets in 11 states including New York, Ohio and Florida, the firm says. The agency has not identified any U.S. cases of DEG poisoning related to tainted toothpaste, but "is concerned about potential risks from chronic exposure to DEG in certain populations, such as children and individuals with kidney or liver disease"...

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