Recent Examples of acetaminophen from the Web
The boxes brimmed with prescriptions like oxycodone, acetaminophen, Rolaids, pet medications, Viagra, muscle relaxers and allergy antihistamines.
And, keep this in mind: Cold medications can contain acetaminophen or ibuprofen as well.
If your boobs already are sore, consider taking a dose of ibuprofen (like Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol), two meds that dial down inflammation.
For pain relief leading up to your appointment, acetaminophen is your best bet.
His discovery is all the more stunning for having been made in 1928—before tetracycline, acetaminophen, the mumps vaccine.
Oxycodone and acetaminophen: Used to help relieve moderate to severe pain.
They were deceived about its potency in part because oxycodone was widely known as one of the active ingredients in Percocet, a relatively weak opioid- acetaminophen combination that doctors often prescribed for painful injuries.
Non-opioid painkillers like aspirin, acetaminophen and ibuprofen use different mechanisms that don’t produce the euphoric effects of most opioids.
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Origin and Etymology of acetaminophen
First Known Use: 1958See Words from the same year
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