Five UK medications that have 'negative effects' in the heat – pharmacist sends warning

He continued: “If you have questions about your medications and how you should store them, or how they could affect you in the heat, that’s a great time to talk with your pharmacist.

“They can provide that information that you need to really understand what the possibilities are.”

His advice comes amid a new study, which found users of beta-blockers or antiplatelet medications were likelier to have heart attacks during the hottest days compared to control days.

Antiplatelet medication use was associated with a 63 percent increase in risk and beta-blockers with a 65 percent increase.

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