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Taking ibuprofen does not increase Covid-19 death risk – study

Taking ibuprofen does not increase Covid-19 death risk – study

Ibuprofen Taking ibuprofen does not increase risk of severe disease or death among patients who have been admitted to hospital with Covid-19, research suggests. Scientists have found that using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) – which are common treatments for acute pain – is safe and does not result in worse Covid-19 outcomes. The findings,...

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