Good news for the highly-emotional and easily aggravated? Researchers test the dulling effect of acetaminophen, found in Paracetamol, on emotions!
If your job, or simply your state of mind, depends on feeling empathy for others, you might want to reconsider reaching for the Tylenol the next time you have a
Acetaminophen is one of the most common drugs in America. Despite this, its effects on human psychology are only now being discovered. New research charts its impact on empathy.
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Every week, thousands of Australians take a painkiller that could be dampening our collective feelings of empathy. In a paper published online this we...
Every week, a quarter of Americans take a painkiller that could be dampening our collective feelings of empathy. In a paper published online this week, scientists claim that acetaminophen, Tylenol’s main ingredient, makes people more likely to think that other people’s pain isn’t a big deal.
People who take acetaminophen may feel less empathy toward others, a new study suggests.
Acetaminophen, the main ingredient in Tylenol, makes people less able to feel the pain of others.
The possible side effects of popping a pain reliever containing acetaminophen are well-known. But here's a surprising new one.