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- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen or naproxen, are also known to create photosensitivity, as are some birth control pills, high blood pressure meds, and others.
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- But baby ibuprofen may have almost killed a Hampshire toddler, who had what's thought to be a rare and potentially fatal reaction to the medicine. Finley Kirwan's parents rushed him to Southampton General Hospital from their home in Fawley when he ...
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- With the gloves blocking 98 percent of ultraviolet radiation, she sees them benefiting other athletes, outdoorsmen, construction workers and those with photosensitive skin.
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- Near-infrared (NIR) light, however, can go through 1 to 2 centimeters of tissue and would be a safer alternative, but photosensitive drug-carriers don't react to it.
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