(Part 2/2) See: Is Tylenol 'By Far the Most Dangerous Drug Ever Made?'
I'm not a big fan of Tylenol, which becomes rather obvious if you read the first part of this two-part series. For a drug that is so widely used, it is quite easy to consume enough, accidentally or otherwise, to take enough to suffer a toxic overdose due to irreversible liver damage.
But drugs cannot be judged by safety alone. Both the good and the bad - benefits and risks - must be taken into account to get the true measure of the quality of a drug. So if Tylenol isn't all that safe, you might expect that, at the very least, it should work well. Otherwise, why would so many people be taking it?