Medicine & TechnologyThe United States Preventive Service Task Force recently said taking aspirin to avoid first stroke or heart attack (myocardial infarction) may have a small benefit for adults in their 40s and the risks outweigh the potential benefits for those in their 60s and who haven't had a heart attack or stroke.
Many experts find that low dose aspirin can significantly prevent preeclampsia, a condition involving high blood pressure, in pregnant women. Obstetrician, Joanna Girling, contends that the many are missing out since the drug isn't made available for pregnant women at risk since it isn't officially marketed for that purpose. Click the link to read more.
How many times have you heard how aspirin is good for people seeking to prevent a heart attack? Today, this has become common knowledge, and aspirin is often taken by people suffering from heart disease that want to try to prevent a heart attack. However, a new study has found that aspirin may not be as good for you as you once thought, and many people that are taking aspirin should not be doing so.