Dr. William Shaw of Great Plains Laboratory recently published a new article about the connection of acetaminophen to autism, asthma, and ADHD. He will be holding a free webinar on October 30, 2013 from 7:00 – 9:00pm CDT.
According to Dr. Shaw, it seems that the marked increase in the rate of autism, asthma, and attention deficit with hyperactivity throughout much of the world may be largely caused by the marked increase in the use of acetaminophen in genetically and/or metabolically susceptible children, and the use of acetaminophen by pregnant women.
Items he will be discussing are:
- Could the use of certain antipyretic drugs, especially in conjunction with vaccines, be a cause of autism?
- Metabolism of Acetaminophen
- Immune Abnormalities Associated with Acetaminophen Use
- Purkinje Cell Abnormalities, Autism, and GSH Depletion
- Special Concerns about the Long-Term Defective Quality Control of Acetaminophen Products
To register for the webinar, go to:
We attended Dr. Shaw’s first webinar on this subject, so if you are interested in this topic and won’t be able to attend the webinar, feel free to view our summary here:
UPDATE February 25, 2014: TYLENOL IS LINKED TO MORE THAN ADHD… WHAT THE MEDIA ISN’T TELLING YOU!
Warning from the FDA March 2014.