Johnson & Johnson

More than 700 complaints about health problems in infants and children given Johnson & Johnson medications, including 30 reports of deaths, have been lodged with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration but no direct link has yet been found.

J&J took more than 40 nonprescription products off store shelves in late April, including Children’s Tylenol, in the largest recall of such children’s medications. The FDA received 775 complaints related to use of the medications between January 2008 and April 2010.

Since the recall, several hundred more complaints, including seven deaths, have been reported.