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Pubmed Data : Acad Med. 2011 Aug ;86(8):996-1009. PMID: 21670661
Study Type : Meta Analysis
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Pubmed Data : Acad Med. 2005 Feb ;80(2):164-7. PMID: 15671323
Study Type : Human Study
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Pubmed Data : Acad Med. 2009 Sep ;84(9):1182-91. PMID: 19707055
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Pubmed Data : J Gen Intern Med. 2007 Oct ;22(10):1434-8. Epub 2007 Jul 26. PMID: 17653807
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Pubmed Data : JAMA. 2002 Jun 19 ;287(23):3143-6. PMID: 12069680
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Pubmed Data : Acad Med. 2008 Mar ;83(3):244-9. PMID: 18316868
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Pubmed Data : J Prof Nurs. 2012 Jan ;28(1):34-40. PMID: 22261603
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Popping a Tylenol for physical pain has become second nature for many - but groundbreaking research suggests this common painkiller may also be numbing our emotional capacity for caring, with potentially profound social consequences.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Tylenol, a trademarked form of the chemical known as acetaminophen or paracetamol, is one of the most commonly used painkillers in the United States today, yet is also one of the most dangerous. For instance, nearly 500 die and 30,000 are hospitalized each year in the US as a result of its well established, yet seldomly discussed side effects.
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
Tylenol, a trademarked form of the chemical known as acetaminophen or paracetamol, is one of the most commonly used painkillers in the United States today, yet is also one of the most dangerous. For instance, nearly 500 die and 30,000 are hospitalized each year in the US as a result of its well established, yet seldomly discussed side effects.
Popping a Tylenol for physical pain has become second nature for many - but groundbreaking research suggests this common painkiller may also be numbing our emotional capacity for caring, with potentially profound social consequences.

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