Acetaminophen can cause high blood pressure.

  Observational studies suggest that frequent users of acetaminophen, NSAIDs, and aspirin are more likely to develop hypertension than non-users of these pain relievers.

  It's well-known that NSAIDs can cause blood pressure to go up. But acetaminophen is a surprise.

  Researchers say that it may be related to the inhibition of prostaglandins in the kidney.

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