A new study found that a new type of medicine called “Fever Medicine” could help prevent heart attacks and strokes.
The study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, looked at a group of more than 700,000 people in the United States, and found that people who took the new medicine had significantly fewer strokes and heart attacks.
The drug, called “Cadmium, was developed by Boston-based drugmaker Merck and licensed by the Food and Drug Administration.
Its effectiveness has been shown to reduce the risk of developing and dying from cardiovascular diseases, including heart attack, according to Merck.”
It’s an effective and inexpensive medication for preventing cardiovascular events,” Dr. David DeWitt, a cardiologist at the University of Michigan, said.
DeWitt said the drug is effective in the short term, but it has no effect on people who develop heart attacks or stroke.
He said people taking the drug should avoid drinking alcohol, smoking, or using prescription medications for several weeks after stopping the medicine.”
There are no long-term side effects,” he said.
The results were similar for the two other studies, which looked at the effects of two other drugs called “Bipotassium” and “Gumpertrol.”
The new study did not look at any long-lasting side effects.
The FDA and Merck declined to comment on the results.
DeSoto said the results of the new studies are encouraging, but more studies are needed.”
If the drug does work as well as it does, and people are still going to be going to the hospital, then we could probably get them out of the hospital,” he told CNN.