- a brand of acetaminophen.
Examples from the Web for tylenol
Contemporary Examples of tylenol
Gone are the pharmacies that would dole out cocaine and heroine like Tylenol.Exploring the Darker Side of James Joyce’s Trieste
January 13, 2014
Second, the status quo, which she compared to Akamol (an Israeli version of Tylenol): a quick but temporary fix.No Peace With the Palestinians, No Peace Inside the Israeli Coalition
June 13, 2013
Insurers won't let them charge for one thing--nursing care, say--so instead they bill you for the Tylenol at $20 per.
The charge was only $1.50, but it was for a generic version of a Tylenol pill.
Johnson & Johnson recalled 31 million bottles of Tylenol and cooperated with the FBI, FDA, and Chicago Police.Deaths Allegedly Linked to Monster Energy Drinks Are a PR Nightmare
October 26, 2012
Word Origin and History for tylenol
introduced 1955 as the name of an elixir for children, trade name originally registered by McNeil Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa., from elements abstracted from N-acetyl-para-aminophenol, the chemical name of its active compound.
- A trademark for the drug acetaminophen.