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Posted on 05-03-2015
A new study in Australia revealed that Acetaminophen, the drug found in Tylenol, "works no better than a dummy pill at reducing lower-back pain in some people, nor does it help these patients get better any faster". Many medical doctors today prescribe Acetaminophen or Tylenol as "first-line of treatment for low back pain". These new findings suggest doctors "need to reconsider this universal recommendation.." . Other options to consider when suffering from low back pain include chiropractic and physical therapy and exercise.
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