The danger of liver failure caused by an overdose of acetaminophen has led the FDA to require prescription drug manufacturers to limit the amount of the pain reliever in their products. When used as directed, acetaminophen is generally safe. Problems occur mainly when you underestimate its toxicity or take more than you realize. Here are some ways to avoid trouble.
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