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Study links Tylenol during pregnancy to asthma in children

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CHANGING FAMILIES -

A new study shows Taking Tylenol, also know as acetaminophen, during pregnancy is associated with a slight increase risk for asthma in children.

Norwegian researchers say prenatal exposure to Tylenol was associated with a 13 percent increased risk for asthma in their children at age 3. The more Tylenol taken during pregnancy, the higher the risk

Norwegian researchers study pregnant women and find increased risk for asthma in their children if they took Tylenol in pregnancy.

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