Aspirin Disappoints for Avoiding First Heart Attack, Stroke

Put to the test as a prevention against first-time heart attacks and stroke, aspirin failed to live up to its promise, according to new research at the University of Oxford, England. Not only that, low-doses of aspirin also failed on cancer prevention, ABC News said. The research team found similarly disappointing results with fish oil supplements. The study, sponsored by aspirin maker Bayer, did find slight benefits for people with diabetes, but those benefits were offset by bleeding...

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