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Should you give Tylenol before vaccines?

  No. Pretreatment of vaccines with Tylenol could actually BLUNT the immune response to the given vaccine. The CDC has released a statement that there are no good studies to support GIVING Tylenol before vaccines. So, I would advise refraining … Continue reading

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When pregnant, stay away from medicines

There are some medicines that are thought to be safe during pregnancy. . . but we keep learning more from research daily. Prenatal exposure to acetaminophen (Tylenol) was associated with a significantly increased risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity-like behavioral problems in children. This … Continue reading

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Should Tylenol be given before vaccines?

Probably not. Here’s why… There was a 2010 study that showed that Tylenol given before vaccines can actually BLUNT the immune response to the given vaccine.  The CDC has since released a statement that there are basically no good studies … Continue reading

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Ever-present Tylenol. Overdoses are frequent AND dangerous.

Did you know that Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is in more than 600 medicines?  Do you know which of your medicines it is in? Acetaminophen is the most common drug in America.  It is in both prescription and over-the-counter medicines. Pain relievers, … Continue reading

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2 Tylenol changes: Packages recalled AND Change in medication strength.

Recall:  Tylenol has recalled nearly 600,000 infant Tylenol packages.  Click onto the Tylenol website below to see if your bottle needs to be returned. http://www.tylenol.com/page2.jhtml?id=tylenol/news/subp_tylenol_recall_8.inc Strength change: Liquid acetaminophen for infants has always been available in one dose.  That dose … Continue reading

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