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OTC analgesics

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American Council on Science & Health concludes "440 mg of naproxen sodium, 400 mg of ibuprofen or 25 mg of ketoprofen appear more effective than either aspirin or acetaminophen" in a consumer brochure entitled "Making Sense of Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers." Supporting its position, ACSH states the three agents "work for a longer duration and effectively combat a higher degree of pain." However, the brochure says acetaminophen is the safest product for pregnant women and children, while aspirin is notable for its use in the prevention of heart attack and stroke
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