Does a daily aspirin help younger women prevent heart disease?
aspirin was one of my medicines but stopped taking….i had an internal bleeding, my doctor said…
A new study has reinforced the idea that young, healthy women don’t benefit from a daily dose of aspirin, and in fact, it may be harmful. While aspirin can stave off heart disease and some cancers, it also increases the risk of excessive bleeding in the stomach and other parts of the digestive tract.
According to a study in the journal “Heart”, the benefits kick in for women after the age of 65.
The American Heart Association recommends that only people who are at high risk for heart disease or stroke should consider taking aspirin daily.
Many children who end up in the emergency room with broken bones have reported that their biggest fear and pain during the whole ordeal is the needle used to numb them.
However, a new report found that children can safely be treated for pain from limb injuries with…
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