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The three new studies were published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)The three new studies were published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)

Blood pressure medication does not increase COVID-19 risk: research

Doctors sounded the alarm in March after animal studies suggested the pills could warp the shape of human cells and make infection worse. But US researchers say there is no link.Doctors sounded the alarm in March after animal studies suggested the pills could warp the shape of human cells and make infection worse. But US researchers say there is no link.

Common blood pressure pills DO NOT make coronavirus worse, three studies find | Daily Mail Online

Researcher say it is safe to take blood-pressure medicationResearcher say it is safe to take blood-pressure medication

New research suggests blood pressure medicines don't raise COVID-19 risk

May 1, 2020 — Drugs taken by millions of Americans to curb high blood pressure do not appear to increase the risk of either getting COVID-19 or having a more…

Blood Pressure Medicines Don’t Increase COVID-19 Risk - LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL

Despite concerns expressed by some experts, common high blood pressure drugs did not increase the risk of contracting COVID-19—or of developing severe disease—in a study of 12,594 patients.

Study finds high blood pressure medications safe for patients with COVID-19 disease

People taking widely used medicines did not face higher rates of infection or more severe illness, new research indicates.People taking widely used medicines did not face higher rates of infection or more severe illness, new research indicates.

[WASHINGTON] Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to Covid-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease, three major studies said Friday, positive news for the millions of people who take them. Read more at The Business Times.[WASHINGTON] Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to Covid-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease, three major studies said

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'I'm very happy to be able to tell patients that they should continue their blood pressure medications,' says a doctor who led one of the studies that involved about 12,600 people 'I'm very happy to be able to tell patients that they should continue their blood pressure medications,' says a doctor who led one of the studies that involved about 12,600 people

Blood pressure medicines don't raise COVID-19 risk, says research

Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease.Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease.

Blood pressure medicines don't raise coronavirus risk: Research - GulfToday

Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the...Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease, three major studies said Friday, positiv...

Blood pressure medicines don’t raise COVID-19 risk – Study – Punch Newspapers

Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the...Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease, three major studies said Friday, positiv...

Blood pressure medicines don’t raise COVID-19 risk – Study – Punch Newspapers

WASHINGTON (AFP) - Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to Covid-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease, three major studies said on Friday (May 1), positive news for the millions of people who take them.. Read more at straitstimes.com.United States News -WASHINGTON (AFP) - Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to Covid-19 infection, or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill with the disease,

Blood pressure medicines don't raise Covid-19 risk: Research, United States News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill...Commonly used blood pressure medicines do not heighten susceptibility to COVID-19 infection or increase the risk of becoming seriously ill...

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