Ask the Doctors: Does Aspirin Prevent Heart Attacks; Elevated Triglycerides

I am 60 and do not have heart disease. Will taking aspirin help prevent a heart attack? Few would argue against aspirin use to prevent a recurrent event (secondary prevention) in someone with known cardiovascular disease. However, aspirin for primary prevention of a first heart attack, stroke or death remains controversial. After a study showed […]
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