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EurekAlert: Ibuprofen decreases likelihood of altitude sickness, Stanford researchers find.

Of the 44 participants who received ibuprofen, 19 (43 percent) suffered symptoms of altitude sickness, whereas 29 of the 42 participants (69 percent) receiving placebo had symptoms, according to the study. In other words, ibuprofen reduced the incidence of the illness by 26 percent.” Good to know.

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