Acetaminophen Linked to Allergies? Docs Say Not So Fast

Parents may balk at giving their feverish children the standard dose of acetaminophen, after a new study released Thursday suggests that the popular pain reliever and fever reducer could be linked to the development of asthma and nasal allergies in children. But many experts warn that the link the study draws between acetaminophen and allergies is not strong enough to warrant depriving your children of the pain reliever when they are in the throes of a fever. Researchers from New Zealand...Full Story
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