Tylenol Danger Warning: Tylenol Maker Adds Warning of Liver Damage and Liver Failure from Acetaminophen to Reduce Medication Errors

| December 24, 2013

Acetaminophen risks are a very serious problem in the United States, (related, in part, to medication errors), as the drug is known to damage healthy livers when to much acetaminophen is ingested by the person seeking pain relief. Acetaminophen kills people because it is toxic to the human liver at certain dosage levels, period. No […]

FDA Recall of Acetaminophen for Infants: How Dangerous is the Risk of Medication Errors and Dosage Mistakes for Babies Given Over the Counter Acetaminophen – Especially When the Product Is Flawed?

| November 5, 2013

Last Update: 01/25/16 Back in February 2012, a recall was issued by Johnson & Johnson / McNeil Consumer Healthcare for over half a million (574,000) bottles of infant Tylenol after it was discovered that a problem with the dosing gizmo (something called a “flow restrictor”) could malfunction and cause the baby to get too little […]