McNeil Lowers Recommended Maximum Dose For Extra Strength Tylenol
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
McNeil Consumer Healthcare lowers the maximum daily dose indicated on labels of Extra Strength Tylenol, the first in a series of dosing changes for the firm’s acetaminophen-containing products.
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In a bid to keep 500-mg tablets and 1,000-mg doses of acetaminophen available over the counter, McNeil Consumer Healthcare argues revised dosing instructions would address the root cause of unintentional overdose without unduly restricting access to the popular painkiller