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Old January 26th, 2010, 03:34 PM
Haley Rowntree Haley Rowntree is offline
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as far as i know its safe to take tylenol, my aunt who works in a pharmacy still takes tylenol and at her hospital they still give it out when someone is sick and needs some meds. they also give it to babies when they are sick and if it was really dangrous i highly doubt that they would be giving it to sick babies and children.
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Old July 14th, 2010, 02:04 PM
Miranda Rojelos Miranda Rojelos is offline
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tylenol is really bad for you. its the acetametaphine in it thats really bad for your liver. i prefer to take motrin which is ib profren and that helps with pain and inflammation so i would recommend that over anyother pain killer and advil is a much for mild form. hope that helps!
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Old November 16th, 2010, 03:37 PM
Skylar Newton Skylar Newton is offline
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i'm not sure but i heard about that before too. just don't have any tangible source to back that up. but growing up my parents rarely gave me tylenol unless i really need it. i have friends who take tylenol regularly (for headaches or something) and now they have such a tolerance for tylenol that it doesn't even work for them anymore.
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