American Liver Foundation Issues Warning On Acetaminophen Intake Levels
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Advisory follows recent JAMA study finding that maximum recommended OTC intake resulted in elevated liver enzymes for some participants.
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A recent JAMA study linking acetaminophen intake at OTC doses to increased liver toxicity has prompted the American Liver Foundation (ALF) to warn consumers not to exceed intake of three grams of the drug a day for any prolonged period of time