Common pain killers linked to Crohn’s flares
Susan London writing in Rheumatology News reported that patients with Crohn’s disease
who used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs at least five times monthly were 65% more
likely to have active disease 6 months later, investigators from the University of North
Carolina reported at the American College of Gastoenterology meeting. Any use of acetaminophen
also raised risk. Comment: Interesting findings I think.