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- Feb 21, 2008
Mate paracetamol is ok right ??as far as I know. I know ibuprofen is bad news . Dave is very anti ibuprofen . He is ok with paracetamol if needed.Yea I've seen these. People who use them every day don't realize the damage they could be doing. I'll only take Aleve if I really have a headache or I'm sick but that's not often.
i will tell the american names from daves shows . he gives two american names of paracetamol and ibuprofen.I don't really know the differences between each specific NSAID when it comes to toxicity. Side note, Paracetamol is more popular in Europe than here in the US.
i will tell the american names from daves shows . he gives two american names of paracetamol and ibuprofen.
one he says advil which is bad one ( this is ibuprofen if i remember ) . it inhibits the inflammatory response cause by training so not good.
other name i cant remember . throw some american brand names of paracetamol.
if i come across that ask dave show again i will tell u the name of it
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i think thats the one dave says ok OVER Advil.Paracetamol Is tylenol
total BS. It was a meta-analysis. They took info from FOUR studies and combined them. They excluded several others for various reasons. You can make a study show any outcome you want. The FDA has cited 2 research studies showing that TRT causes heart attack, stroke and death. Over 60,000 people in the study, but yet again it was a total BS skewed half truth study.
Not a scientific study at all, I agree. I could just be that people that take NSAIDs are already more at risk for heart attack. There has not been any causal relationship proven and no know mechanism. This reminds me of that stupid study some guy in England did that supposedly proved that vaccines lead to autism.
You nailed it! The highest risk was associated with people that take the most NSAIDS. Why were those people taking so much, so often? What was the cause of their pain? What other meds were they taking? Majority of elderly are on or suggested to be on a variety of pills,i.e.: cholesterol, bp, sugar, etc.
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