Anti-inflammatory Drugs May Do More Harm Than GoodBy Radiant Health
Published: May 15, 2022
Researchers out of McGill University are concerned that using steroids and anti-inflammatory drugs like Advil might not be the best solution for pain. These medications could potentially solve the problem in the short term, but make the chronic pain much worse in the long term. After comparing thousands of blood samples, they found that putting a stop to the natural inflammation that causes the acute pain has negative consequences years down the line. Experts agree that more research needs to be done in order to conclusively rule out these pain treatments.
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