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Healthy individuals don't need low-dose aspirin therapy

Research we’re watching If you’re healthy and don’t have a history of cardiovascular disease, daily low-dose aspirin is no longer recommended as a preventive measure, says a new guideline released by the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology. The risks of internal bleeding and other side effects outweigh the benefits of aspirin in this group. …

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