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Studies have revealed that acetaminophen, a common drug in painkillers, is linked to increased blood pressure leading to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Overuse of acetaminophen (Tylenol (r), Advil (r)) is known to cause injury to the liver and kidney, but its use is promoted for low doses in the short term not at high doses, and not over long time periods.
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About: High blood pressure associated with analgesics use
Date: 14 September 2005
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