Surprisingly, THIS commonly used drug is linked to incidence of high BP

Acetaminophen is widely used to get relief from low to moderate pain.

Also known as acetaminophen, it is also used to lower high temperatures associated with colds and flu.

Although it is widely used, often without a doctor’s prescription, health experts have always warned against overconsumption. High doses of acetaminophen are also toxic to the liver.

Now, the current finding has found a link between the drug and high blood pressure. This calls for immediate attention and control over mindless self-prescribing of this drug.

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