I Haven’t Got Time for Pain Meds

FDA admits that all Anti Inflammatories (Vioxx, Bextra, Celebrex, Aleve or Naprosyn, Aspirin, Ibuprofen) May Kill You (lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular problems), USA Today December 23, 2004; USA Today December 20, 2004

Vioxx and Celebrex May Affect Kidneys, Annals of Internal Medicine 2000;133:1-9
Painkillers Increase Risk of Miscarriage, British Medical Journal August 16, 2003
NSAIDs Up Risk of 2nd Bout of Heart Failure, Archives of Internal Medicine February 11, 2002;162:265-270
How Vioxx and Celebrex Increase Your Risk of Heart Attack, Science April 19, 2002;296:539-541
Vioxx and Celebrex Overprescribed to Millions of Americans, Archives of Internal Medicine January 24, 2005;165(2):171-7
Advil and Aleve May Make Blood Pressure Rise, Archives of Internal Medicine. October 28, 2002;162:2204-2208
Aspirin & Ibuprofen Can Increase Your Breast Cancer Risk by 50%, Journal of the National Cancer Institute June 1, 2005, Vol. 97, No. 11: 805-812
Tylenol Most Common Cause of Liver Failure, Hepatology December 2005
Aspirin and Tylenol suppress body’s ability to produce antibodies to destroy cold virus, Journal of Infectious Disease, December, 1990
Taking > 1 tablet a day of Tylenol or 1,000 tablets over extended period doubles risk of kidney damage, New England Journal of Medicine, 1994
Tylenol May Cause Asthma, European Respiratory Journal November, 2000; 16:1-7 and British Medical Journal November 11, 2000;321:1178A
Tylenol Even at a Recommended Dose Can Harm Your Liver, Journal of the American Medical Association July 5, 2006, Vol. 296, No. 1: 87-93; Yahoo News July 4, 2006; Los Angeles Times July 5, 2006