UGA study challenges practice of taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks UGA study challenges practice of taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks
The practice of taking an aspirin every day to prevent heart attacks and strokes may be outdated, according to new University of Georgia research. If... UGA study challenges practice of taking aspirin to prevent heart attacks

The practice of taking an aspirin every day to prevent heart attacks and strokes may be outdated, according to new University of Georgia research. If you’ve never had a heart attack or stroke, you could be adding unnecessary risk of a major bleed by doing it. A study published last month in “Family Practice” challenges the longstanding popular advice that a regular aspirin regimen can be a strong preventive measure for major health emergencies like heart attacks and strokes.

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