Taking aspirin to foil heart attacks may do more harm than good
Taking aspirin to foil heart attacks may do more harm than good. While aspirin could prevent some heart attacks, by stopping clots forming, it may trigger others by causing bleeding into the cholesterol plaque, resulting in no overall benefit in terms of heart attack or stroke prevention.
The researchers found that those who took aspirin daily had a 47 per cent lower risk of developing pancreatic cancer---Don't start taking it everyday, but each step of progress gets us closer to winning this fight. Important for those of us who have lost someone to Cancer