TYLENOL ADMINISTERED TO 35.4% OF PRESCHOOLERS
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
TYLENOL ADMINISTERED TO 35.4% OF PRESCHOOLERS in a recent study of OTC medication use in a sample of 8,145 three year-olds within a one-month period. Published in the Oct. 5 Journal of the American Medical Association, the study found that Johnson & Johnson's Tylenol was by far the most widely administered OTC analgesic/antipyretic, based on mothers' reports. The study was conducted in 1991 by Michael Kegan, PhD, et al., National Center for Health Statistics of the Centers for Disease Control.
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