A new sleep aid treat for adults is under scrutiny in one state.

FOX's Karlie Pouliot has the details in today's "Housecall for Health"...

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Officials in Massachusetts want to pull "Lazy Cakes" off store shelves because they believe the treats, which contain the sleep aid Melatonin, pose a risk to children.  The Mayor of Fall River says if someone wants to buy Melatonin, that's fine, but it should be in a brownie that's packaged to attract kids.

In a statement, the makers of "Lazy Cakes" say the product should be enjoyed by ADULTS ONLY.  Side effects of Melatonin includedizziness, headaches and confusion.