New York: A new study suggests that taking ibuprofen before a trip to the mountains may help some people avoid the headaches and nausea that come with altitude sickness.Still, both a study author and one altitude expert not involved in the research said the approach won`t help all travellers and climbers -- and isn`t necessarily any better than taking prescription altitude-sickness drugs.Even with ibuprofen, "there are still a lot of people who do have symptoms," said Robert Roach, head of the Altitude Research Center at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.
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