“One couple was told that if the woman does not like sex, she should take two Tylenol and finish as quickly as possible,” he said.
Gone are the pharmacies that would dole out cocaine and heroine like Tylenol.
At some point during the morning, she is given a Tylenol, but she notices it looks different from U.S.-made Tylenol.
The charge was only $1.50, but it was for a generic version of a Tylenol pill.
Johnson & Johnson recalled 31 million bottles of Tylenol and cooperated with the FBI, FDA, and Chicago Police.
Second, the status quo, which she compared to Akamol (an Israeli version of Tylenol): a quick but temporary fix.
Insurers won't let them charge for one thing--nursing care, say--so instead they bill you for the Tylenol at $20 per.
He also says he is getting “Tylenol for my back and my Adderall.”
And rarely—for the very worst migraine episodes—I will follow up by taking a Tylenol with codeine.
introduced 1955 as the name of an elixir for children, trade name originally registered by McNeil Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa., from elements abstracted from N-acetyl-para-aminophenol, the chemical name of its active compound.
Tylenol Ty·le·nol (tī'lə-nôl')
A trademark used for a brand of acetaminophen.