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01/13/2002 05:11 AM ID: 15674 Permalink   

New Study Shows Aspirin Dose Only Needs To Be Half

 

An MSNBC article about the great wonders of aspirin has shown that even cutting the standard recommended dosage of about 325 milligrams in a single aspirin to about half that would save an additional 40,000 lives from heart problems and strokes.

Aspirin has long been considered the great cornerstone of blood thinning treatment to help heart patients and prevent more heart attacks, stokes, diabetes problems, diseased leg artery problems and irregular heartbeat.

A standard single dose aspirin that is around 325 milligrams and has been recommended by doctors for years now could be cut to half that dose and could result in less internal bleeding with the same heart treatment results. Click "source" for more.

 
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