Another study indicates an increased risk of asthma, rhinitis (related to allergies) and eczema in teens with the use of Tylenol. There have been numerous studies the past 2 decades and it’s time for practitioners to educate parents. Even using Tylenol once a year raised the risk of asthma by 43%.
Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (Advil) carry the same risks.
foodconsumer.org – Does Tylenol Cause Asthma in Teens?: “”
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