Use Acetaminophen Instead of Ibuprofen for Coronavirus

New information is coming out about coronavirus treatment that recommends using acetaminophen (Tylenol) instead of NSAIDS like ibuprofen (Advil), naproxen (Aleve) or asprin. The reason is that these anti-inflammatory drugs can suppress the immune system, preventing your body from effectively fighting off the virus. There is some debate about this online but it appears that the WHO has recently made this recommendation. I had trouble finding a link but there should be one available soon. I've included one from Snopes that is inconclusive
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If you regularly take anti-inflammatory drugs as prescribed by your doctor, consult with them prior to making any changes. This advice is for people who are looking for a fever reducer due to an illness.

Link: Should COVID-19 Patients Avoid Taking Ibuprofen?

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