whether calcium channel blockers are safe for treating hypertension

There's a renewed debate about whether calcium channel blockers are safe for treating hypertension.

Five years ago, several researchers showed that SHORT-acting calcium blockers can increase the risk of MI.

Now the same researchers claim that patients on LONG-acting calcium blockers have a higher risk of MI and CHF compared to patients on other antihypertensives.

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