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FDA warns of acetaminophen risk

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3 rare skin diseases have been linked with acetaminophen (the primary ingredient in Tylenol and some other over-the-counter medicines) according to the FDA. The FDA does not recommend avoiding the product, but to be aware and report to your health care provider reactions such as rash or blisters after taking acetaminophen or products that include acetaminophen.

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