Children’s Tylenol and Related Painkillers May be a Cause of Asthma Surge.

By |2015-06-15T11:42:54+00:00March 21st, 2012|

Acetaminophen, unlike other over-the-counter pain relievers, blocks the brain's messages that are primarily sent to the central nervous system. This makes the drug effective for headaches, fever and minor aches and pains but not, for example, inflammation from a muscle sprain. Acetaminophen levels can "build up" in the body causing dangerous toxicity. Glutathione can reduce Acetaminophen toxicity [...]