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What is the difference between Children's Tylenol and Infants Tylenol?

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Leo Samuels

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Leo Samuels, Content Writer, PG, California

Answered on Jul 11, 2019

The medication "Tylenol" is a brand name by McNeil Consumer. Tylenol is a pain reliever to regulate pains like fevers, muscle aches, headaches, toothaches, and backaches. Tylenol is a perfect drug that can be used for a lot of problems. But some people give an overdose of whichever to children because they don't know the difference between the infant Tylenol and children's Tylenol, and this overdose taking causes more problem than the earlier health issue sometimes. Infant Tylenol is meant for children under two years, while children Tylenol is intended for children between 2 and 11 years of age. Children's Tylenol is available in chewable tablets (which is very good for children that are six years of age and above) and liquid suspension; while infant's Tylenol is only available in concentrated drops. Children's Tylenol comes in strawberry grape, cherry, dye-free cherry, and bubble gum flavors, while the infant Tylenol comes in grape, dye-free cherry, and cherry flavors.

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