Studies reveal that 11% of people who take aspirin to prevent heart disease, increase their chances of getting a stroke

January 15, 2015 1:29 AM

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Newer studies conducted in pursuit of Aspirin abuse in the U.S. has indicated that people who instill the baby drug aspirin into their daily lives in order to tackle different health related issues, especially heart related diseases, actually increase their chances of getting a stroke. This can mainly be attributed due to the fact that many people believe in the common myth that “Aspirin a day, keeps the doctor away.” And that does not hold specifically.

According to reports most people don’t require aspirin in order to prevent the onset of strokes or even heart related diseases. And this study claims that aspirin may do more harm than good to nearly 11 percent of the people who use it on a daily basis.

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