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Painkiller - 19 News Result(s)
  • Now There Could Be Painkillers Without Dangerous Side Effects
    Now There Could Be Painkillers Without Dangerous Side Effects

    Painkiller addiction or abuse is a serious issue, which is said to kill millions of people worldwide. Researchers have now found painkillers without dangerous side effects.

  • Painkillers Linked to Heart Failure: Study
    Painkillers Linked to Heart Failure: Study

    Widely used prescription and non-prescription painkillers are associated with an increased risk of hospital admission for heart failure, according to a study released Thursday.

  • Should You Take Painkillers During Pregnancy?
    Should You Take Painkillers During Pregnancy?

    Using painkillers in pregnancy may reduce fertility in subsequent generations, warns a research.

  • Hooked on Painkillers? It Could Lead to Heart Attack Risk
    Hooked on Painkillers? It Could Lead to Heart Attack Risk

    Regular use of painkillers can increase the risk of a heart attack as early as in the first week of use and especially within the first month of taking high doses, says study,

  • Indian Medical Association Issues Guidelines On the Use of Painkillers
    Indian Medical Association Issues Guidelines On the Use of Painkillers

    Painkillers could cause more harm than good if taken without medical supervision, said the Indian Medical Association.

  • Painkillers Maybe Numbing Your Emotions Other Than Body Pain
    Painkillers Maybe Numbing Your Emotions Other Than Body Pain

    Recent studies have revealed that painkillers maybe impacting your emotions other than easing body pain.

  • Overuse of Painkillers During Pregnancy Puts Infants at Risk
    Overuse of Painkillers During Pregnancy Puts Infants at Risk

    According to a new study, the number of infants born in the United States with drug withdrawal symptoms has nearly doubled in a four-year period.

  • Catch Your Breath: Aspirin May Slow the Progression of Breath Shortness
    Catch Your Breath: Aspirin May Slow the Progression of Breath Shortness

    The regular use of the common painkiller may help slow the progression of early emphysema, a lung disease related to shortness of breath.

  • Does Paracetamol Do You More Harm Than Good?
    Does Paracetamol Do You More Harm Than Good?

    GPs write millions of prescriptions for this painkiller each year and millions more packets are bought over the counter. It has generally been considered cheap, safe and effective. But should we think harder before we ...

  • How to Treat Knee Pain: Easy Tips and Home Remedies
    How to Treat Knee Pain: Easy Tips and Home Remedies

    Your knee pain could mean anything. It can be an outcome of a damaged muscle, ligament or weakened bones.

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