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Common painkillers now linked to heart problems

A new study suggests a link between painkillers and heart problems, leaving you second guessing that next reach for the ibuprofen to ease your headache. In the study which was published in the British Medical Journal, researchers set out to determine if Non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs known as NSAIDS like Advil and Aleve were as risky for the heart as COX-2 inhibitors were found to be.
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