Why Aspirin Is No Longer Widely Recommended to Stave Off Heart Attacks

Doctors used to advise people at risk of heart attack to start taking a “baby” aspirin (effectively a low-dose aspirin) as a preventative. But that practice has gotten less common over time, and now the US Preventive Services Task Force says that—in many cases—it provides more risk than benefit.

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