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Should you take low-dose aspirin to prevent stroke or heart attack? New research says no

Published on October 05, 2018
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Four years ago “The Skeptical Cardiologist” wrote the (in his extremely humble and biased opinion) definitive post on aspirin and cardiovascular disease.  Entitled “Should I take aspirin to prevent stroke or heart attack,”  it pointed out that although Dr. Oz had recently told almost all middle-aged women to take a baby […]

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