Heart-healthy home remedy

February 1994
Body Bulletin;Feb1994, p1
Looks at how aspirin may reduce the risk of heart attack for people with heart disease and those in low-risk groups. Results of a study of 22,000 healthy male doctors; Some risks of taking aspirin; Avoiding stomach reactions; When you should discuss aspirin with a doctor; More.


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