Tylenol Won’t Help Foot-Related Back Pain
Many who are experiencing back pain originating from poor footwear take over-the-counter medication to ease the pain. Sadly, a new report shows that acetaminophen, the main ingredient in pain relievers such as Tylenol, has little or no effect to help lower back pain and arthritis. Stretching and exercise can help improve most sufferers. For more on this finding, please click here:: Safe but inadequate: Tylenol flunks back pain test
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