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A study published this week in a medical journal called The Lancet split 1,643 people with acute low-back pain into three groups, each given two boxes.
Though it's used widely for many kinds of pain, acetaminophen may not help new back pain, a study suggests.
A recent study has found that acetaminophen, the generic name for products such as Tylenol, is not the best choice for back pain .
Sarah Kliff takes a look today at our use of generic drugs. Long story short, it's surprising how few of us save money by buying generic pain medicine instead of name brands .
Paracetamol tablets sit on a table on July 24, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. In a new study published in the prestigious medical journal, 'The Lancet' the most common pain reliever for back pain, paracetamol, does not work any better than a placebo.
Back pain? Take a placebo. Acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol , is no better at relieving lower back pain than a placebo, according to a new Australian study published in the Lancet .
Tylenol and back pain often go hand in hand, but a new study from Australia has presented some pretty concrete evidence that the medicine's main ingredient, acetaminophen, does absolutely nothing to help with back pain.
According to a new study , the painkiller acetaminophen - best known as Tylenol - does not help treat a particular type of pain.
A large-scale, rigorous study published in the Lancet found that the go-to, front-line treatment for back pain was no better than a placebo.
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Acetaminophen is found to be pretty useless for lower-back pain, according to a new study; Apple is denying building surveillance backdoors into its iOS operating system; and, hey... guess what... dogs get jealous.
About two-thirds of adults have lower back pain at some point in their lives, and most are told to take acetaminophen, sold under brand names like Tylenol, Anacin and Panadol.
Acetaminophen, the drug found in Tylenol, works no better than a dummy pill at reducing lower-back pain in some people, nor does it help these patients get better any faster, a new study finds.
Usually, sinuses are filled with air. When they get blocked and filled with fluid, which can even happen when diving into the swimming pool, germs can grow and cause an infection.
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