New Study Reinforces Aspirins Effectiveness Against Heart Disease
A new study has found that aspirin effectively treats patients with heart disease.
Earlier, a study had shown that aspirin resistance is rare, less than 5 percent, at all doses (81 mg, 162 mg and 325 mg).
Aspirin is taken by millions of patients to prevent and treat coronary artery...
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...ound in today's medical environment, such as providing clients his personal cell phone number for convenience.
"I don't believe in the, 'Take two aspirins
and call me in the morning,' approach," he said. "It's more like, 'Call me anytime you have a concern.'"
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Ibuprofen destroys aspirin's positive effect on stroke risk
... N.Y. -- Stroke patients who use ibuprofen for arthritis pain or other conditions while taking aspirin to reduce the risk of a second stroke undermine aspirins
ability to act as an anti-platelet agent, researchers at the University at Buffalo have shown.
In a cohort of patients seen by physicians at two of...
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... better drugs and thereby make all the drugs available to the entire patient population.
A large number of strokes could have been avoided if more aspirins
were distributed to the patients instead of investing money in developing effective anticlotting drugs. Statistics show that for every single death th...
Aspirin Found To Reduce The Risk Of Colon Cancer
...cent less likely to have adenoma than those who did not take aspirin. Women who had the lowest risk of developing polyps reported taking more than two aspirins
per day. Researchers say current guidelines suggest low doses (one small tablet) of aspirin are as effective as higher doses for heart disease prevent...
Aspirin usage linked with pancreatic cancer
The study of 88,000 nurses found that those who took two or more aspirins
a week for 20 years or more had a 58 percent higher risk of pancreatic canc...ablets had a 41 percent higher risk, while those who only took one to three aspirins
a week had an 11 percent greater risk.
The women who took the most aspirin...