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NSAID, Acetaminophen Use Not Linked Hypertension Risk In Males – Study

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A study evaluating the effects of regular analgesic use on hypertension provides "further clinical evidence" that regular acetaminophen use does not increase high blood pressure risk, according to Tylenol marketer McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals.
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