Features December 2019 Issue

Do You Take Daily Aspirin to Prevent Heart Disease?

Some of you might want to reconsider this practice.

If you are at low risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD), but take a daily low-dose aspirin anyway in hopes of preventing a heart attack, you should know that the practice is not likely to be helpful and may be harmful.

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