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4. Liver. Liver poisoning is extremely common with Tylenol. Around 30,000 cases are reported each year with over a hundred deaths.  One of the common problems is that Tylenol is often present as a secondary ingredient in many over-the-counter medications and so double dosages occur easily. Unfortunately, Tylenol has a very tight therapeutic window for some and, when coupled with glutathione depletion, the liver has extreme difficulties. Remember: you have two kidneys but just one liver.
5. Asthma. A massive, multi-country study found that youth that took Tylenol were twice as likely to develop asthma.  In fact, using acetominopen during pregnancy resulted in more likelihood for the child to develop asthma later.6. Diverticulitis. Tylenol (acetaminophen) (and NSAIDs suc as ibuprofen, Advil, aspirin, etc.) have been linked in one study with the development of diverticulitis. 
This is nasty, toxic stuff and I recommend that you keep it away from your kids in particular and use it for yourself carefully and only when absolutely necessary. No, Tylenol is not your friend...
1) The Pharmacogenomics Journal, 2001, 1:165–166, "Oxidative stress and redox imbalance in acetaminophen toxicity"
3) J Emerg Nurs, 2004, 30:281-3, "Acetominophen Toxicity",
4) Autism, May 2008, 12(3):293-307, "Acetaminophen (paracetamol) use, measles-mumps-rubella vaccination, and autistic disorder: The results of a parent survey"
5) Altern Med Rev, 2009 Dec, 14(4):364-72, "Did acetaminophen provoke the autism epidemic?"
6) Arch Fam Med, 1998 May-Jun, 7(3):255-60, "Use of acetaminophen and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: a prospective study and the risk of symptomatic diverticular disease in men"
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