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This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More. Does anyone know how many carbs Children's Tylenol has? I am using the liquid form (for a 10 year old) and can't find the info! We don't worry about carbs on Tylenol or Motrin. We were told by our endo that it wasn't enough to worry about. I have given matt tylonal before without any real results in the BG department. IT would be quite small if any, 3-6 carbs perhaps? We were told by our Endo to treat the illness with medication without taking the carbs into consideration regarding Tylenol, IBP, or Aleve. When sick our BG runs so high, any trivial carbs from the meds wouldn't make much difference. The illness wreaks far more havoc than the meds could. Thank you for contacting the Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. Information Center. It is always important to hear from our consumers, and we appreciate the time you have taken to contact us. With regards to your question about carbs in Children's Tylenol, there are 5.3g/5mL, 5ml = 1 teaspoon. Again, thank you for your interest in our company. Should you have any comments or questions in the future, please contact us vi Continue reading >>

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    Does acetametaphine affect blood sugar levels?

    ive been taking acetaminophen for 1 1/2 yrs daily and about 1 yr ago started noticing type II diabetes symptoms(mother & papa had this) so i start testing my blood sugar & yep its looking like im pre-diabetic or already am my levels are high for months like 160-220 then normal for weeks like 110-130 & i read that you cant trust blood sugar readings if you regularly take acetaminophen. is this due to it raising it, lowering it or alltogether screwing up my blood sugar levels? what do i need to know about acetaminophen in relation to diabetes. and yes i know how bad it is for my liver but im actually sadly addicted to the opiates that come with acetaminophen, like it or not, heavily, and i have no dr. and dont do govt. slave plans in any way(state of federal or county)--thats my right, so im stuck with what i can get on the street:( but i do like to be informed on what exactally im doing 2 myself so i dont scratch my head later & go "hmmm i wonder why this happened" :)

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    I have type 2 diabetes, will amox tr -k clv 875 mg tab increase my blood sugar levels?

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In this video I discuss what is stress, why is stress bad, and what causes stress. I also cover how stress is bad, how to deal with stress, and stress management. Transcript What is stress? Whats up dudes, and whats up ladies, Bryan here and in this video we are going to look at stress. What is it, what causes it, and what can we do about it? So, Lets roll. Stress hormones Stress is your body's way of reacting to any kind of demand or threat. When the body feels stress, your hypothalamus, a tiny region in your brain, signals your adrenal glands, located atop your kidneys, to release a surge of hormones, which include adrenaline and cortisol, into the bloodstream. As these hormones are released, the liver is triggered to produce more blood sugar, which gives you an energy kick, breathing becomes more rapid, and heart beat and blood pressure rise. If the stress is caused by physical danger, these chemicals can be beneficial, as they give you more energy and strength, and also speed up your reaction time and enhance your focus. But, if the stress is caused by something emotional, it can be harmful, because there is no outlet for this extra energy and strength. Once the source of the stress has passed, hormone levels return to normal as do heart rate and blood pressure, and other systems also return to normal. Recent stress statistics show the top 7 causes of stress in the US to be job pressure, relationships, money, health related, poor nutrition, media overload, and sleep issues. All of these are of the emotional kind, not the physical danger kind that can be beneficial. 77% of people REGULARLY experience PHYSICAL symptoms caused by stress, 54% of people say stress has caused them to fight with people close to them, and 30% of people say they are always or often under stress at work…wow! So, how does all of this stress effect our bodies? Long term activation of the stress-response system can cause major problems including… • Anxiety • Depression • Digestive problems • Headaches • Heart disease • Sleep problems • Weight gain • Memory and concentration impairment It is vital to learn how to deal with stressors in your life. Some things you can do to manage stress include… Getting regular exercise, which can act as a distraction and also causes the release of endorphins that boost your mood. Eat a healthy diet that includes fruits and vegetables which provide vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that can help maintain proper bodily functions. Make consistent time in your schedule for relaxation and fun, such as going to a yoga class, listening to music, take a walk or work in your garden. Build relationships and friendships with people who have more positive attitudes. Cut down on caffeine, sugar, energy drinks, and alcohol. The effects of these are only short term. Make sure you get enough good quality sleep. If all else fails, seek professional help. Bottom line. As you can see by the statistics, stress is a huge problem in society. A big part of being healthy is being happy. If stress is a big problem in your life, do something about it now, don’t let it erode your health. Other sources... http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/artic... http://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-m... http://www.statisticbrain.com/stress-...

Can Diabetes I And Early Blindness Be Prevented Using A Tylenol Combination Which Inhibits Oxidative And Nitrosative Stress?

Can Diabetes I and Early Blindness Be Prevented Using a Tylenol Combination Which Inhibits Oxidative and Nitrosative Stress? 1Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Robert C. Byrd Medical Center, West Virginia University Morgantown, WV 26506, USA 2Department of Medicine, Robert C. Byrd Medical Center, West Virginia University Morgantown, WV 26506, USA 3Center for Digestive Disorders at Rush Medical Center, Chicago, IL 60612, USA Received 26 June 2011; Accepted 7 August 2011 Academic Editors: B.Mandal and M. L.Miranda Fernandes Estevinho Copyright 2011 Knox Van Dyke et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License , which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Since oxidative/nitrosative stress cause diabetes, can we prevent this chemistry generating the disease? Streptozotocin causes diabetes by entering the pancreatic beta cell generating excessive nitric oxide which reacts with oxygen creating a toxin possibly peroxynitrite, dinitrogen trioxide, dinitrogen tetraoxide and so forth. The toxic compounds damage the DNA causing beta cell death Continue reading >>

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    Does acetametaphine affect blood sugar levels?

    ive been taking acetaminophen for 1 1/2 yrs daily and about 1 yr ago started noticing type II diabetes symptoms(mother & papa had this) so i start testing my blood sugar & yep its looking like im pre-diabetic or already am my levels are high for months like 160-220 then normal for weeks like 110-130 & i read that you cant trust blood sugar readings if you regularly take acetaminophen. is this due to it raising it, lowering it or alltogether screwing up my blood sugar levels? what do i need to know about acetaminophen in relation to diabetes. and yes i know how bad it is for my liver but im actually sadly addicted to the opiates that come with acetaminophen, like it or not, heavily, and i have no dr. and dont do govt. slave plans in any way(state of federal or county)--thats my right, so im stuck with what i can get on the street:( but i do like to be informed on what exactally im doing 2 myself so i dont scratch my head later & go "hmmm i wonder why this happened" :)

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    I have type 2 diabetes, will amox tr -k clv 875 mg tab increase my blood sugar levels?

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Can Diabetes I And Early Blindness Be Prevented Using A Tylenol Combination Which Inhibits Oxidative And Nitrosative Stress?

Can diabetes I and early blindness be prevented using a tylenol combination which inhibits oxidative and nitrosative stress? Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Robert C. Byrd Medical Center, West Virginia University Morgantown, WV 26506, USA. ISRN Toxicol. 2011 Oct 5;2011:461928. doi: 10.5402/2011/461928. Print 2011. Since oxidative/nitrosative stress cause diabetes, can we prevent this chemistry generating the disease? Streptozotocin causes diabetes by entering the pancreatic beta cell generating excessive nitric oxide which reacts with oxygen creating a toxin possibly peroxynitrite, dinitrogen trioxide, dinitrogen tetraoxide and so forth. The toxic compounds damage the DNA causing beta cell death. This prevents insulin synthesis, storage and release. By using antioxidant substances that destroy the nitric-oxide-based toxins (e.g., carboxy-PTIO (oxidizes nitric oxide), polyphenolic-quercetin and monophenolic acetaminophen (Tylenol)) which are oxidation and nitration targets can the diabetes I causing toxins in animals be destroyed? Will this tri-drug combination completely prevent the deleterious effects of diabetes namely poor blood glucose control and blindn Continue reading >>

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    Does acetametaphine affect blood sugar levels?

    ive been taking acetaminophen for 1 1/2 yrs daily and about 1 yr ago started noticing type II diabetes symptoms(mother & papa had this) so i start testing my blood sugar & yep its looking like im pre-diabetic or already am my levels are high for months like 160-220 then normal for weeks like 110-130 & i read that you cant trust blood sugar readings if you regularly take acetaminophen. is this due to it raising it, lowering it or alltogether screwing up my blood sugar levels? what do i need to know about acetaminophen in relation to diabetes. and yes i know how bad it is for my liver but im actually sadly addicted to the opiates that come with acetaminophen, like it or not, heavily, and i have no dr. and dont do govt. slave plans in any way(state of federal or county)--thats my right, so im stuck with what i can get on the street:( but i do like to be informed on what exactally im doing 2 myself so i dont scratch my head later & go "hmmm i wonder why this happened" :)

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    I have type 2 diabetes, will amox tr -k clv 875 mg tab increase my blood sugar levels?

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