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Research at Parker University in Dallas shows that taking acetaminophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol) after you’ve been drinking, even if you didn’t drink that much, is a kidney threat. It results in a more than 100 percent increase risk of kidney disease.
Other medications you should avoid that contain acetaminophen include Alka-Seltzer and Benadryl. (For an acetaminophen list, see here.)
Researcher Harrison Ndetan told HealthDay News: “People buy acetaminophen over the counter, and they also are casual alcohol users, and they don’t know that there is a harmful interaction.”