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McNeil Consumer Healthcare announces new safety reminders on TYLENOL® bottle caps that will help you use acetaminophen appropriately
Beginning in October, consumers will start to see a message on the caps of Extra Strength TYLENOL® that tells them the product contains acetaminophen and will instruct them to always read the label
TYLENOL® and Your Heart
You should know that, when used as directed, TYLENOL® does not increase the risk of heart attack or stroke, and is the safest pain reliever you can buy.
Volunteers in Medicine
The makers of TYLENOL® believe that reliability, trustworthiness, and compassion are among the most important qualities caregivers bring to their work. In support of these ideals, we support Volunteers in Medicine's health clinics, which provide care in medically underserved communities.
More at Volunteers in Medicine Institute
Changes to TYLENOL® Cold, Allergy, and Sinus Products
Some TYLENOL® medicines have new names. Yours might be one of them.
Many Cold Medicines Have Changed Formula
TYLENOL® Cold Multi-Symptom has a decongestant. NyQuil®† doesn't.
What You Should Know About Liver Health
Learn how to take care of your liver while safely taking medications that contain acetaminophen.