FDA: Do not use recalled infant formulas tied to the infections

Parents are urged to stop using three popular infant formula brands with numbers and expiration dates because of reports of bacterial infection

U.S. health officials warned parents on Thursday not to use three popular powdered infant formulas manufactured at an Abbott plant in Michigan 

The agency said one of the cases involved salmonella and three involved Cronobacter sakazakiim

The Food and Drug Administration said it is investigating four reports of infants

Abbott, one of the country's largest infant formula makers, said it is recalling all potentially affected products manufactured at the facility

The product was distributed throughout the U.S. and overseas, the company said in a statement.