Heart Beat: 04/04

 SUPER ASPIRIN CUTS RISKS AFTER MULTIPLE CARDIAC EVENTSIn a medical David-vs.-Goliath story, inexpensive aspirin tablets (325 milligrams) have been shown to cut down the odds of a second heart attack by about 25 percent. New research at The Cleveland Clinic and elsewhere indicates that a drug Goliath – the more-expensive super aspirin called clopidogrel – […]
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