Health & Science Biggest Ever Studies on Aspirin Show Risks Don't Outweigh Benefits for Most People by katiazev August 28, 2018 August 28, 2018 Taking a low-dose of aspirin every day has been known to help people who have already had a heart attack. But major new research has found the risks do not outweigh the benefits for most other people. Faith Lapidus has details. Source link HealthNewsScience previous post Mexico's Next Leader: NAFTA Deal Preserves Energy 'Sovereignty' next post President Duque Says Colombia Will Withdraw from Unasur Bloc related posts Jupiter's Moon Count Hits 79; One New Find... Zimbabwe's Capital on Alert Over Cholera Outbreak Ebola Death Toll in DRC at 41 as... New York City Bathroom Aims to Prevent Drug... DRC Reports First Confirmed Ebola Case in Over... US Drug Company Chief: 'Moral Requirement' for Big... Some Sushi Served With a Hidden Ingredient: Microplastic 'Unicorns of the Sea' at Risk From Increased... Study: Obese Individuals Shed Flu Virus Longer Scientists: Tunnels in Thai Garnets Might Be Due... Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.* By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.