Daily Aspirin Therapy – Benefits & Risks

Do you take aspirin daily? Here’s an important health information that may benefit you. Is an aspirin a day the right thing for you? It’s not as easy a decision as it sounds. Know the benefits and risks before considering daily aspirin therapy.  Daily aspirin therapy may lower your risk of heart attack, but daily aspirin therapy isn’t for everyone. Is it right for you? You should take daily aspirin only if your doctor advises you to do so. If you have had a heart attack or stroke, your doctor will likely recommend you take a daily aspirin unless you have a serious allergy or history of bleeding. If you have a high risk of having a first heart attack, your doctor might recommend aspirin after weighing the risks and benefits. You shouldn’t start daily aspirin therapy on your own. You may get the complete detail at:

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Alumni of the University of Southern California, trained and experienced in healthcare management, pharmacotherapy, business and communication as a former Toastmaster. I like belonging to progressive and problem-solving groups, meeting new people and volunteering. I am a faithful believer and disciple of Jesus Christ because of his atoning sacrifice and unmerited grace offered to humanity. Because of the love of Christ we have hope of salvation from this sinful world. One of my best inspirational biblical quote is "God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble" Psalm 46:1
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