Help the Know Your Dose campaign spread the word about how to use medicines containing acetaminophen safely. The following materials are available for order free of charge for display and distribution in your office, waiting room, school, or home.

Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping. We regret that we cannot ship international orders at this time.

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Acetaminophen Education Kit

  • 250 Know Your Dose Information Cards
  • 1 Information Card Holder
  • 2 Know Your Dose Posters
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Know Your Dose Poster

Display posters in examining rooms, health centers, pharmacies, and more.

  • 12″ x 18″
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Know Your Dose Information Cards

Distribute cards to patients and customers in waiting rooms, pharmacies, at health fairs and more.

  • 4″ x 9″ double-sided
  • 125 cards per pack
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Know Your Dose Card Holder

Use this holder to prominently and neatly display Know Your Dose information cards. (Note: same for both English and Spanish information cards.)

  • 9″ x 10″ display
  • 4.25″ x 2″ deep pocket
  • Includes one pack of cards.
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Know Your Dose Video

Air a 30-second educational video in English (or a two-minute animated video in Spanish) in waiting rooms, clinics and health fairs.

  • DVD
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Know Your Dose Educational Tear Pads

Educational tool for healthcare professionals to provide important information about acetaminophen to patients and consumers when prescribing or dispensing medicines containing acetaminophen. (Note: tear pads are available in English only.)

*Tear pad production sponsored by Endo Pharmaceuticals.

  • 5.5″ x 4″
  • 50 sheets per pad

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Always Read and Follow the Medicine Label

When it comes to medicine, the majority of Americans report that they read and follow their medicine label. Yet common dosing mistakes can cause people to take too much medicine. Take acetaminophen for example – a common pain reliever and fever reducer. Almost half of overdoses with acetaminophen are unintentional. Always read and follow the medicine label. 

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Acetaminophen For Infants And Children

It is important to always read and follow the label when giving medicine to your child. This guide will help you give your child the right amount of acetaminophen. If possible, use weight to dose your child; otherwise, use age. If your child is under 2 years of age, be sure to ask your healthcare provider for the right dose.

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Acetaminophen: The Most Common Drug Ingredient In America

Each week, more than 50 million Americans use a medicine that contains acetaminophen—a drug ingredient found in more than 600 different over-the-counter and prescription medicines. Download this infographic to review four safe use steps and common dosing mistakes.

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Acetaminophen: How It’s Used, Preventing Overdose and What We Can Do to Promote Safe Use

This report reviews the dosing behaviors that can lead to unintentional acetaminophen overdose and explores the successful impact of ongoing education campaigns to drive safe use and prevent overdose-related liver damage.

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Chronic Pain During Cold and Flu Season

Chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, migraines and back pain affect nearly one in three American adults, with the majority using medicine to manage their pain. As cold and flu season gets underway, here are some things you should know to use acetaminophen safely.

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Awareness of Acetaminophen Safe Use is On the Rise

Research shows a growing number of pain medicine users understand how to use pain medicine safely and are aware of medicine risks—specifically when it comes to acetaminophen, a common drug ingredient found in more than 600 prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medicines.

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Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

Double-check your medicine labels to avoid doubling up on medicines containing acetaminophen when treating illnesses during cold and flu season.