There is a popular cold medicine that is being voluntarily recalled. It has to do with this product mislabeling the ingredients. So before you take anything in your medicine cabinet, make sure you read on. It's supposed to be spring, but because this winter seems to be lasting forever, many of us are still coming down with colds. When you look into your medicine cabinet for cold medicine, be careful if it contains Alka-Seltzer Plus cold products.

Bayer, the parent company, is issuing a voluntary recall because the list of ingredients on the boxes have been mislabeled. The label on the front of the box is different than the ingredients listed on the back of the box.

Users could be at risk of allergic reactions and other affects from the ingredients being mislabeled. Check the package of Alka-Seltzer Plus to see if has been recalled, Look at the Bayer logo in the lower left corner on the front. If the background of the logo is orange or green and you bought it after February 9th, 2018 you should throw it away.

The boxes were sold at Walmart, CVS, Walgreens and other drug stores. To get more information about the recall, check out the FDA website HERE.