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Aspirin A Day No Longer Recommended

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Aspirin A Day No Longer Recommended

Aspirin A Day No Longer Recommended

According to UPI, new guidelines no longer recommend taking a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Roger Blumenthal, a cardiologist with Johns Hopkins Medicine, said clinicians should be selective in prescribing aspirin for people without known cardiovascular disease.

Instead, Dr. Blumenthal said aspirin should be prescribed to patients with a high risk of cardiovascular disease with a low risk of bleeding.

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