We have previously published articles on Latitudes.org that focus on concerns when prospective parents use acetaminophen (Tylenol). Tylenol: A Major Culprit in the Autism, ADHD, and Asthma Epidemic Acetaminophen Use by Mom or Dad Linked […]
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The extended-release form of a medication often used for ADHD was recently studied for chronic tic disorders, including Tourette syndrome, for kids aged 6 to 17.
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ACN’s advisory board member, Dr. William Shaw, wrote an important, forward-thinking article in 2013 that explained how the increase in ADHD, autism, and asthma could be linked to the popular medication acetaminophen (i.e.,Tylenol). See Tylenol: […]
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