NSAIDs said to raise heart risk

06/1/2006 | BBC

Results from an Oxford study indicate high daily doses of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen increase the risk of heart attack, following concerns of the newer Cox-2 drugs. The researchers stressed, however, the risk from both drug classes is very small for people who do not have a history of heart attack or stroke.

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