Will an Aspirin a day keep the cardiologist away?


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  1. Marcy Namespetra

    The term “baby aspirin,” even when in quotes, seems to minimize the potential risk that this medication has. “After all, how harmful can it be if it’s for a baby?” The term “low dose,” or referring to the actual number of milligrams (80 or 81) is more accurate.

  2. hank

    I am 88 and take EFAMOL every day 3000mg omega 6 +1000 mg fish-oil omega 3 not any medication and have a job as school-crossing-guard to many negatief reports on asprin

  3. Robert Reny

    The new guidelines say a low dose of baby aspirin daily is no longer advocated for the prevention of a stroke or heart attack in the elderly with no existing heart disease. However, patients having heart-related issues like heart attack, open-heart surgery or angioplasty, should continue the dosage.
    Doctors advised is recommended before starting or stopping the dosage.
    Source- https://www.myhealthyclick.com/daily-baby-aspirin-no-longer-advised-for-heart-attack-prevention-in-the-elderly/

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