Painkillers may raise risk of heart attack
Commonly prescribed painkillers increase the likelihood of having a heart attack within the first month of taking them if consumed in high doses, a study suggests.
They concluded that there was a greater than 90% probability that all the NSAIDs they studied were associated with a heightened risk of heart attack.
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