Hospital's discovery of tainted wipes leads to massive recall

Hundreds of millions of alcohol swabs, wipes and pads used in hospitals, clinics and homes, have been recalled after doctors at The Children's Hospital in Aurora, Colo. tied the contaminated products to serious infections, reports MSNBC. The doctors became alarmed last fall when several children developed bloodstream infections caused by the rare bacteria Bacillus cereus. The hospital, which uses about 2,500 wipes a day, also triggered an FDA investigation into the sole manufacturer. Article