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Acetaminophen Overdose Risk Persists Despite Label Changes – Study

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Many consumers do not closely read OTC painkiller labels and often do not adhere to package or label instructions, researchers say. Many likely are unaware of or ignore label changes industry voluntarily made and FDA ordered to reduce the risk of liver toxicity due to unintentional overdose.


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