Despite the common knowledge that over the counter painkillers can be harmful, thousands of people still rely on them to temporarily get rid of pain. Thus, this creates the need of choosing pain – killers efficiently.
Contrary to the popular belief, a common over the counter medication can be the cause of behavioral issues for children. According to a research, children who were exposed to drugs in the prenatal stage might develop the behavioral issue.
Specialists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are taking steps to study and contain the illness in Hawaii.
A new study found that caregivers accidentally make a medication error for one kid every eight minutes.
A new study reported that acetaminophen was not any more effective than a placebo drug in treating back pain.
Expectant mothers who take Tylenol to relieve their pregnancy pains may be increasing their children's risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a new study.
A new study found that women who took a low-dose aspirin per day reduced their risk of ovarian cancer.
The FDA has warned physicians against prescribing combination drugs containing acetaminophen.
A new poll revealed that a lot of American adults are still unaware of the potential risks involved with taking too much Tylenol.
Starting in October, Extra Strength Tylenol will start printing warning labels on their caps.
The FDA issued a warning that painkillers containing acetaminophen, such as tylenol, might cause deadly but rare skin reactions.
Tylenol has long been used as a remedy for pains like headaches and stomach aches.
Most people don't look forward to going to the doctor's office, but there are things you can do to make your trip more enjoyable. One of the best ways to make your visit more enjoyable is to work on building a rapport with everyone in the office the minute you walk in the door.