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Acetaminophen — one of the most common drug parts in the US found in over the counter analgesics like Tylenol, Midol, and Excedrin — might get a cancer admonish in California. California has the most cancer labels of any US state because of Proposition 65, a constitution that requires anything with even a loose link to cancer to be labeled by the state. A panel of scientists will decide in springtime 2020 whether or not the substance will be considered a carcinogen by the nation. No existing studies have securely related the chemical to cancer. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories .

Acetaminophen — a common ingredient used in over-the-counter analgesics like Tylenol, Excedrin, and Midol — might be given a cancer warning label in California, adding to the state’s growing roster of 900 chemicals considered carcinogens.

Also known as paracetamol, acetaminophen has is accessible without a prescription since the 1950 s. It is usually to treat migraines, muscle aches, and to reduce fevers. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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