Taking a daily low-dose aspirin, a common practice long believed to protect against heart attacks and strokes, is not always a healthy one, says the United States Preventive Services Taskforce.
The adage of "an aspirin a day keeps the doctor away" fell by the wayside last month. New guidelines announced by the
Research published this week in JAMA reports anew that a daily aspirin, long recommended as a preventive measure against clotting for people with heart ailme
New studies challenge conventional wisdom, but the practice is still recommended for some patients.