Scientists have evaluated the impact of a popular pain reliever on the development of heart disease

British researchers: aspirin increases the risk of heart failure by 26% According to them, the use of pain relievers increases the risk of developing heart failure, reports the Express edition.

According to a study by scientists from the British Heart Foundation and the European Society of Cardiology, one of the most popular pain relievers in the world increases the risk of heart disease by 26 percent. They, according to experts, are the leading cause of death both in the UK and in the world. Experts added that the number of people suffering from heart and cardiovascular diseases exceeds the number of people with Alzheimer's disease and cancer.

Earlier, the nutritionist, physician of the highest category, candidate of medical sciences Yekaterina Burlyaeva, contrary to popular belief, stated that the consumption of fatty milk, cheese and cottage cheese do not increase the risk of atherosclerosis and heart disease and does not lead to an increase in cholesterol levels.



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