Harvard Health Letter

A major change for daily aspirin therapy

New recommendations could affect millions of people. You may remember a time when taking a daily baby aspirin was almost a rite of passage for generally healthy older adults. The idea was that, for people with a low to moderate risk for heart disease, aspirin therapy was a simple and cost-effective way to help prevent a heart attack or stroke. …

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