Study: Acetaminophen, ADHD link found for pregnant women

According to the study in the Journal of

According to the study in the Journal of American Medical Assocition of Pediatrics, pregnant women who took the common pain reliever for 20 weeks or more had a 50 percent increased risk of their children eventually needing ADHD medication. (February 25, 2014 6:24 PM)

A new study suggests a link between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and pregnant women who take acetaminophen.

According to the study in the Journal of American Medical Assocition of Pediatrics, pregnant women who took the common pain reliever for 20 weeks or more had a 50 percent increased risk of their children eventually needing ADHD medication.

Researchers say acetaminophen...

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