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ALEVE 20 MG SODIUM LEVEL "INSIGNIFICANT"

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ALEVE 20 MG SODIUM LEVEL "INSIGNIFICANT" in terms of a potential risk for high blood pressure patients, Timothy Fagan, MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine, maintained during a Nov. 8 teleconference on nonprescription analgesics sponsored by Procter-Syntex. "The mount of sodium in Aleve if you take three tablets a day, the maximum recommended dose, would only be 3% of a restricted sodium diet," Fagan stated
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