By Rebecca Santiago, New York Post
You pop three pills for intense post-workout soreness, two for a pre-coffee headache, a small handful for period cramps, and suddenly you’re swinging by Duane Reade for a new bottle of Advil. Plenty of people take non-opioid analgesics — a k a everyday pain meds — without a second thought. But are you doing your body more harm than good?
Quite possibly, according to a slew of new studies. These pain-fighting drugs have a range of unexpected potential side effects, broken down…read full article at New York Post