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Use painkillers sparingly, US doctors urge

Growing evidence that they increase the risk of heart attack, stroke and heart failure

New York

THE US Food and Drug Administration warned last week that the risk of heart attack and stroke from widely used painkillers that include Motrin IB, Aleve and Celebrex but not aspirin was greater than it previously had said. But what does that mean for people who take them?


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