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    Default Tylenol's Empathy Killing Properties Confirmed In 2nd Study

    Sayer Ji
    April 21 2019

    Two highly concerning clinical studies in four years reveal that Tylenol not only kills pain but human empathy as well, adding soul-deadening properties to its well known list of serious side effects.

    When will we learn? Synthetic, patented chemicals have profound unintended, adverse health effects which take decades to be recognize, long after exposed populations have suffered profoundly.

    Read more: http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/con...eid=39e0db83c9

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    Default Re: Tylenol's Empathy Killing Properties Confirmed In 2nd Study

    I've recently been to a pain management consultation (90 minutes; I now understand more fully what is meant by "specialist"). I never take Tylenol, take a low dose of ibuprofen when I know I have heavy lifting ahead; no other OTCs or NSAIDs. I learned of so many other options... more later, after follow-up.

    Afterthought: my PCP had prescribed Tramadol for interim relief. One pill midday made me sick to my stomach and so drowsy that I spent the rest of the afternoon on the couch. Never did find out whether it alleviated any pain — I was too tired to get back up on my feet!
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    Default Re: Tylenol's Empathy Killing Properties Confirmed In 2nd Study

    I too had an unfortunate experience with Tramadol some years ago. I took it at night and 14 hours later still felt the effects. The pharmacist checked to see if it was a delayed effect, but it wasn't. Never again!

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