Know The Difference So They Can Get Back To Their Super Selves

 

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Some days it seems like our little super heroes are invincible! They run, play, laugh and fight crime with boundless energy. But Mom knows that the bad guys are never too far away and that every good super hero must be prepared, especially Super Mom! 

Super Mom has a few tricks up her sleeve and with a help of a couple of sidekicks like Children’s Tylenol and Children’s Motrin, her favourite little crime fighter will be back on his feet in no time!

Did you know that Children’s Tylenol and Children’s Motrin work differently to relieve your child’s pain and/or fever? It’s because they contain different active ingredients and it’s best to keep both on hand so you can choose the medication that is most appropriate for your child’s needs. 

Here’s a handy chart to help you Know The Difference

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disclaimer: This post has been generously sponsored by the makers of Children’s Tylenol® but the opinions expressed are my own.

Comments

  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    That really is a handy list of differences and so important for parents to know 🙂

  2. loucheryl says:

    It is really important to know the difference between these medications. Thanks for the chart.

  3. Marilyn Legault says:

    I never knew there were differences.

  4. Stephanie says:

    So important to know the difference! I learned so much!

  5. It is hard to believe (not really), but surprising to know the vast differences in these 2 medicines. Confusing the side effects could have bad consequences.

  6. Florence Cochrane says:

    Great post on knowing the difference . Very important subject.

  7. This is very informative….nice to know the difference.

  8. What a great list of the differences.

  9. Doris Calvert says:

    Yes I learned there is a hge difference even for adults!

  10. Darrah Bailey says:

    I learned in the hospital there was a difference.. Thanks for the great read!

  11. The list is very helpful. Thank you.

  12. so important. great list of differences!

  13. Chandra O'Connor says:

    very Important to read what every medication is used for.

  14. Knowing the difference does help in making the right choice for our littles.

  15. Kim Tanti says:

    I really try to not use tese type of products for colds and what not. I try to go natural. My daughter is 14 and knows more natural remadies then I do. LOL

  16. Dawn Rader says:

    thanks for sharing this! Sometimes we think that pain medicine is all the same…this is a good comparison.

  17. Victoria Ess says:

    Very informative!

  18. Thanks for the information! Very important!

  19. Very helpful! Thanks for this post!

  20. Yes, two very different medications. Thanks for posting.

  21. Elaine Buonsante says:

    A very useful chart…Thanks for posting it.

  22. Linda Woolride says:

    A very useful chart…..

  23. Helpful chart. Thanks!

  24. Janice Cournoyer says:

    As a nurse, it is very important to know the difference in medications.

  25. Linda Bragg says:

    This is a great handy chart to go by so one know all the differences between the two…….. thanks for sharing.

  26. Look at how much energy that little superhero has!! So cute

  27. Kim Hamilton says:

    Hmm I thought these were pretty much the same products …some really useful info here. Thanks!!

  28. kathy downey says:

    I never knew there were differences.

  29. Jennifer Abbott says:

    Thanks, didn’t know there was a difference in the two.

  30. Good article on the difference between the two medications and what they are both good for.

  31. I love posts like this! We all can learn something new, or it’s a great reminder as some of us need that!

  32. Elva Roberts says:

    I think this is an excellent chart for parents. I have only one suggestion. Take time to talk to your pharmacist when he/she is not too busy. They have a lot more training in drugs and keep abreast because of their profession. They can also advise when you are in doubt. They do not replace a doctor but can advise because of their knowledge….

    • momvstheboys says:

      So true Elva. My last doctor used to call the pharmacist all the time to double check on things or ask a question when she was giving me a prescription.

  33. Yes there is a difference between Tylenol and Motrin! Love the chart.

  34. DENISE LOW says:

    Yes there is a big difference. Thank you for sharing.

  35. Jennifer Lo says:

    Great information!

  36. wow, such good info to know and I will have to pass this on to my niece who is a first time Mom.

  37. Leslie Crosbie says:

    Good idea to post because so many people dont understand the difference between the main ingredient and when to puck one over the other!

  38. Very useful chart

  39. great resource for parents. Thanks!

  40. That infographic is pretty awesome, especially if you have little ones… I will have to pass this onto my best friend.

  41. This is very interesting ! Thank you so much for sharing 🙂

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