Nobody is immune to aches and pains — be it headaches, hangovers or horrible cramps, we've all had to reach for some acetaminophen at some point in our lives, some of us more than others. And that's why you need to know that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) late last week revised guidance on maximum dose of some over-the counter (OTC) drugs containing acetaminophen and how the liver can be adversely affected.
The FDA is urging manufacturers to clarify that the maximum daily dosage should be 4,000 mg in a 24-hour period for the liver warning.
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As holiday season begins, some of us will be likely overdoing it with cocktails, food or both. So remember, just because it's over-the-counter doesn't mean it can't hurt you. Be safe, don't exceed the maximum dosage and take care of your livers and yourselves.