Common Painkillers Increase Heart Failure Risk

According to a new study of 10 million people, elderly patients taking non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprophen, naproxen and diclofenac have a 19 percent increased risk of showing up at the hospital with heart failure, BBC.com reports. The findings had little relevance for most under-65s. Researchers admitted that because the people in the study were older, they were in general in poorer health, but it is still a concern because of the sheer numbers of people taking...

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