Do You Take Daily Aspirin to Prevent Heart Disease?

Some of you might want to reconsider this practice.

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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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