acetaminophenpregnancyADHD and autism
A study refutes acetaminophen during pregnancy as a cause for ADHD or autism in children, pointing to other factors such as genetics.

Published in JAMA, the research evaluated over 2 million Swedish children, utilizing sibling analysis to suggest that factors other than acetaminophen, likely genetics, contribute to the risk of neurodevelopmental disorders. The authors advise pregnant women can safely use acetaminophen, with a recommendation for medical consultation before beginning any medication.