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Research, News and More

Below are some of our publications

Minerva Pediatrics 2022

The safety of pediatric use of paracetamol (acetaminaphen) .a narrative review of direct and indirect evidence.

Acetaminophen was never shown to be safe:

Proof that acetaminophen was never shown to be safe for brain development in babies and children. Published in the European Journal of Pediatrics in 2022.


Dr. Parker summarizes the evidence that acetaminophen causes autism in suseptable babies and children

Controversy if acetaminophen is safe for babies and children

Acetaminophen causes neurodevelopmental injury in suseptible babies and children: No valid rational for controversy

Not a Conspiracy Theory

Acetaminophen as a Cause of Autism: It sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it’s not

Long-term increases in non-social behavior

Acetaminophen causes long-term increases in non-social behavior when used in baby rats at levels assumed to be safe in baby humans: An experimental study from Duke University published in 2021.

 Real Clear Investigations

A review of evidence from 2018 published in a main-stream news outlet: Real Clear Investigations

Acetaminophen and Autism

Extensive, formal critical review published in 2017: the acetaminophen-autism connection

Dangers of Acetaminophen

The Dangers of Acetaminophen for Neurodevelopment Outweigh Scant Evidence for Long-Term Benefits

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