From 1st Week of Use These Common OTC Meds Can Increase Your Stroke & Heart Attack Risks
People assume Over-The-Counter (OTC) pain relief medications are "pretty much harmless". Think again. Studies have found that these particular OTC meds can raise a person's risk of having a stroke or a heart attack by as much as 20% to 50%. And the risk starts from the First Week of Use... it doesn't take prolonged use.... from the first week of use.

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