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Tanti purchased three boxes of aspirin on eve of Zahra tragedy

Tanti purchased three boxes of aspirin on eve of Zahra tragedy 11:05: The testimony is over. The sitting is adjourned for the 18 November. Magistrate Audrey Demicoli asks police to escort Erin Tanti out of court first. 11:04: Spiteri says that Tanti told him he had a headache so he purchased three boxes of aspirin […]

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Health Canada approves Aspirin as emergency heart attack drug

Health Canada approves Aspirin as emergency heart attack drug Health Canada has approved low-dose Aspirin as an emergency heart attack treatment. Acetylsalicylic acid, the active ingredient in Aspirin, prevents platelets from sticking together and can help break up blood clots that cause heart attacks, said … Full News here – Read more on Toronto Star

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Aspirin, Anti-Inflammatory Medicine, Benefits Schizophrenia Treatment

Aspirin, Anti-Inflammatory Medicine, Benefits Schizophrenia Treatment Anti-inflammatory medicines such as aspirin, estrogen, and Fluimucil can improve the efficacy of existing schizophrenia treatments, according to results announced at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology conference in Berlin. Doctors have … Full News here – Read more on Science 2.0

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Seka Aleksic - Aspirin (lyrics)

Seka Aleksic – Aspirin (lyrics) – Medical Informer Video

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The benefits and risks of aspirin

The benefits and risks of aspirin Question from a reader: I'm 38 years old and healthy. I exercise three times a week. I read about the benefits of aspirin on the Internet. I'm thinking if I should take it? Answer: Yes, aspirin is, indeed, a useful drug — it has been shown to prevent … […]

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Study: Aspirin may lower prostate cancer risk

Study: Aspirin may lower prostate cancer risk (CNN) – Many people take an aspirin every day to avoid cardiovascular problems. That's because non-steroidial anti-inflammatory drugs, like aspirin, thin the blood, making it easier on the heart. Researchers have found that non-steroidal anti … Full News here – Read more on 19 Action News

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An aspirin a day can keep the doc away

An aspirin a day can keep the doc away A new metastudy found that a dose of 75 mg to 325 mg of aspirin daily, taken for 10 years between the ages of 50 and 65, bestows more benefits than harm — and the benefits are impressive. Looking at many studies, the researchers found that […]

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Check Up: Study: Have a stent? Take aspirin, and don't smoke

Check Up: Study: Have a stent? Take aspirin, and don't smoke In addition, they are advised to take aspirin indefinitely, as it, too, has an anti-clotting effect, and they are told not to smoke. Smoking appears to make the blood more likely to form clots, and can trigger an arterial spasm that leads to blockage […]

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Estonia vs England: Forget aspirin. Roy Hodgson is enjoying his selection

Estonia vs England: Forget aspirin. Roy Hodgson is enjoying his selection … There is no headache like a selection headache in football management and Roy Hodgson welcomes the pain ahead of the European Championship qualifier in Estonia today. Hodgson withdrew Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson at half-time against … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Daily Low-dose Aspirin Recommended for Pregnant Women at High Risk for Pre

Daily Low-dose Aspirin Recommended for Pregnant Women at High Risk for Pre … The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has recommended that women at high risk for pre-eclampsia use low-dose aspirin (81 mg/day) after 12 weeks of pregnancy. This recommendation updates a 1996 USPSTF recommendation that concluded … Full News here – Read more on […]

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Daily dose of aspirin may cut prostate cancer risk

Daily dose of aspirin may cut prostate cancer risk While promising results have been shown in studies of other tumor types, people generally don't take aspirin to prevent cancer or slow its growth. One obstacle was that researchers didn't know how aspirin worked on tumors. The new findings help answer … Full News here – Read […]

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The Hazards of Advil, Aleve, and Aspirin – Part I, Ulcer Risk

The Hazards of Advil, Aleve, and Aspirin – Part I, Ulcer Risk Over the Counter (OTC) pain meds such as Advil, Aleve, and aspirin are used by millions of Americans without direct medical supervision, but these medications frequently cause ulcers of the stomach and intestine, as well as high blood pressure, kidney … Full News here […]

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Weigh pros, cons before starting daily aspirin regimen

Weigh pros, cons before starting daily aspirin regimen Putting this knowledge together, clinical trials compared giving aspirin to giving a placebo in people after a heart attack. The results showed that people who took aspirin had fewer additional heart attacks than people who did not, and a small aspirin … Full News here – Read […]

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Aspirin May Reduce Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Aspirin May Reduce Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer As many people know, a daily aspirin can help stave off a heart attack. Apparently, your ticker isn't the only part of your body that may benefit from a dose of the drug: Aspirin significantly reduces men's risk of prostate cancer, reveals a new Duke … Full […]

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Skeptic's Corner: Experts Debate Aspirin Use in Patients with AF Receiving DES

Skeptic's Corner: Experts Debate Aspirin Use in Patients with AF Receiving DES Patients on oral anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation (AF) who receive DES should routinely forego aspirin and continue therapy with a P2Y12 inhibitor, Christopher B. Granger, MD, of the Duke Clinical Research Institute, Durham, N.C., argued in a … Full News here – Read […]

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