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Study Shows Acetaminophen Does Not Help Low Back Pain

A recent Australian study examined the effect of acetaminophen (Tylenol) on patients with acute low back pain.  According to the study, patients using acetaminophen recovered from back pain in the same approximate as those who were given a placebo.  The study also found acetaminophen had no effect on patients’ level of disability, sleep quality, or quality of life.  Click here to read an article published in WebMD.com or here for an article on foxnews.com.

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