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Are there any medications for the flu/ cold that contain no acetaminophen?

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Dr. William Singer
Pediatric Neurology 53 years experience
Ibuprofen & aspirin: For adults, Ibuprofen in its many brand names can be very helpful in managing fever and muscle aches. Aspirin is not used for children due to its association with reyes syndrome, a serious and possibly vatal disorder. Remember lots of fluids and rest.
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