|"It's reassuring that it's not as bad as Vioxx, but it's not a recommendation to take the medication," says Dr. Mary Norine Walsh, the president-elect of the American College of Cardiology. After Vioxx came on the market in 1999, it quickly became a.|
|They took one of three drugs daily for pain relief: Celebrex, Naprosyn (naproxen) or Motrin (ibuprofen). The patients all had. Through 10 years of follow-up, heart attack, stroke or death occurred in 2.3 percent of patients taking Celebrex, 2.5.|
|Participants took the medication every day for an average of 20 months and were followed for an additional 34 months. During the trial 188 people taking celecoxib (2.3 percent) died of cardiovascular disease or had a nonfatal heart attack or stroke.|
|The recommended dose for children 12 years of age and older is a single tablet of Treximet 10/60 mg (sumatriptan 10 mg and naproxen sodium 60 mg) per day, with the maximum recommended dose being 85/500 mg per day. The recommended dose for .|
|The real answer is that the most popular pain relievers are so similar that it doesn't matter, as long as you're using something that doesn't react badly with medication you're taking, affect a condition you already have (like high blood pressure or.|
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