Study Suggests OTC Pain Relievers Are More Effective Than Oral Opioids
A study from the National Safety Council shows that the oral opioid medications are not as strong as OTC ibuprofen in relieving pain and that the combination of low-dose ibuprofen and acetaminophen (Tylenol) is the best pain reliever. Read the reports, get the facts and ask your physician before filling an opioid prescription.
Read the Reports:
The Psychological and Physical Side Effects of Pain Medications
By Donald Teater, MD, 2015
Medical Advisor, National Safety Council
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