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Synonyms for Tylenol

an analgesic for mild pain but not for inflammation

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After all, the investigation revealed that the Tylenol was tampered with post-production.
Tylenol may seem like a safe drug, and for the most part it is.
Johnson & Johnson's share of the market rose by nearly two percentage points on the strength of higher sales of Tylenol and paediatric products.
But who did the tampering, why, and how many more cyanidelaced Tylenol capsules were in drugstores were all a mystery.
In the first, participants took either Tylenol brand acetaminophen or placebo.
This year, Tylenol has begun to recapture its lost retail distribution.
Edwin Kuffner, vice president of McNeil Consumer Healthcare, the Johnson & Johnson unit that makes Tylenol.
The latest Tylenol recall, announced in February 2012, involves not the medicine itself but the clever new bottle they've designed.
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An unknown killer contaminated bottles of Extra Strength Tylenol capsules with deadly cyanide before placing them back on Chicago's shop shelves to be bought and consumed by unsuspecting members of the public.
Los cambios no se aplican a medicamentos sin receta medica, sino a analgesicos combinados de prescripcion medica como Percocet, Vicodin y Tylenol con codeina.
A classic example of organisations implementing effective PR during a crisis includes the crisis that faced Tylenol in 1982 in the United States.
Plunging Consumer Sales, Tylenol Recalls Hit J&J Results.
Back in 1982, seven people died after taking Tylenol that had been poisoned with cyanide.
This trusted analgesic medication is generally considered safe, so much so that you'll find it in Tylenol and dozens of other over-the-counter products--from pills and capsules to drops and syrups--lining the aisles of your local pharmacy.