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Kids' Behavior Linked To Moms' Acetaminophen Use During Pregnancy
It's not clear how much acetaminophen the women took, nor how often they took it.
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A Key Ingredient In Tylenol Might Reduce Empathetic Response
The drug could have unintended consequence.
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Trial Records: Doctors Recommended Tylenol — But Only at Lower Doses
Marketing for Tylenol did not convey doctors’ concerns about its risks.
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Everything You Should Know About Picking The Right Over-The-Counter Painkiller
Apparently, We Don't Actually Know How This Common Pain Reliever Works
Amanda L. Chan
Don't Share Your Medication
Donna Solomon, DVM
Veterinarian, Animal Medical Center of Chicago
This unfortunate situation not only reinforces the traditional message, "Never share your medication with any person," but also highlights that this message should be expanded to "Never share your medication with any person or pet."
Taking Acetaminophen While Pregnant Linked To ADHD In Kids
Potential Risk Of Frequent Tylenol Use During Pregnancy
Fall Toxins That Are Poisonous To Pets
Tylenol Overdose Risk Is Staggering, Report Says
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Use Only As Directed: Dangers Of Acetaminophen Explored
Acetaminophen Must Now Carry Warning Of Skin Reactions, FDA Says
Amanda L. Chan
Island's Peculiar Plan to Kill Out-Of-Control Species
Over-the-Counter Pain Relief: Caution, Common Sense on All Drugs
Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.
Be careful: those seemingly harmless over-the-counter pills you grab for your pain actually could create greater health issues for you. And, honestly, is it time for you to rethink your reflexive grab for a pill?
Home Remedies For Pain
Joe and Terry Graedon
Hosts of The People’s Pharmacy radio show and authors of "The ...
What can you do for chronic pain? We have been collecting remedies for years. They have the advantage of being safer than most medications and are often less expensive.
Acetaminophen May Double Asthma Risk In Kids
Avandia and the Heart: A Reminder That Drugs Can Harm
Anesthesiologist in academic medicine, Durham, North Carolina
Educating people that drugs can cause harm is likely to reduce our consumption of drugs and our risk of experiencing adverse drug effects.
Unplugging From Your Medicine Cabinet: Respecting the Body's Intelligence
Evidence Based Homeopath
A drug vacation may give you an opportunity to learn whether you really need to continue taking this drug or not. This will give your body an opportunity to manifest its everyday self-regulating and propensities.
Is Your Medicine Cabinet Poisoning You?
Edward F. Blizzard
Partner at Blizzard, McCarthy & Nabers
As consumers, we need to be able to trust that the products we buy are safe. But contrary to common sense, the products used most often by Americans, also tend to be the least regulated.
Epidemic Of Fever Phobia: The Facts On Why Fever Is Your Friend
Evidence Based Homeopath
A fever enables the body to increase its production of interferon, an important antiviral substance that is critical for fighting infection. Fever also increases white blood cell mobility and activity, which are instrumental factors in fighting infection.
Panel Wants Ban on Percocet and Vicodin
What You Don't Know About Pain Medications Can Hurt You
Mount Sinai Health System
As a pain management specialist, I field various questions about pain medications. What does the new NSAID warning mean? Is it OK to drink alcohol while I'm on Tylenol? Is OxyContin safe to take long-term? Well, I'm glad you asked.
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