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New research is raising concerns that pregnant women who take Tylenol could increase their unborn child's risk for developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder .
The strongest effects were seen in women who took Tylenol all three trimesters. Researchers say moms need to be more judicious about how frequently they take Tylenol.
Women who are pregnant, have children or who are thinking about having children got a scare last week after a new study suggested taking acetaminophen during pregnancy causes children to develop attention deficit hyperactivity disorder .
Acetaminophen is commonly used by pregnant mothers to treat pain and fever and is generally considered to be safe.
Pickens County has been chosen, along with cities such as Los Angeles, San Antonio, Portland, New Haven, and Lexington, for a new drug trial, and although in prestigious company, the honor might be dubious.
A new FDA-approved painkiller isn't set to hit pharmacy shelves until next month, but critics are already warning it could kill - with just two pills.
Improving patient outcomes, decreasing hospital length-of-stay, and reducing costs are tasks best classified as perennially unfinished by hospitals.
Could taking acetaminophen while pregnant lead to ADHD for your child? A study out of Denmark says there's a higher risk.
Change coming for food labels. Citing a complicated label that may be difficult to interpret, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced last week that it would revamp food labels.
Each year, the Pet Poison Helpline creates a list of household items that generated the most emergency calls from pet owners and veterinary professionals during the prior year.
On April 24, 1995, Marcus Trunk, a 23-year-old construction worker from Upper Dublin, Pa., died from treating a sprained wrist with Tylenol, a drug he thought was completely safe.
A newly approved long-acting painkiller is either a public enemy about to be unleashed or a powerful and potentially important tool to comfort those in chronic pain, including at the end of life.
Keith and Sharon Johnson stand with their daughters Regan, 8, and Zoey, 5, Feb. 14 before the limousine they hired took them to a picnic at Calico Basin and a family "Princess Ball" at their house.