This Common Pain Reliever Could Cause Behavioral Issues In Children
Children whose mothers took acetaminophen during pregnancy could be at a greater risk of developing hyperactivity and other behavioral issues.By Briana Altergott | August 16, 2016
Could taking a common painkiller during pregnancy increase the baby's risk of developing behavioral problems later on?
A new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics says yes.
According to researchers in the U.K., children were more likely to show symptoms of hyperactivity and other behavioral issues if their mothers took acetaminophen when they were pregnant.