Daily-dose aspirin is no longer a recommended way to prevent heart attacks. New guidelines from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association say it should not be used as a preventative for older adults without a high-risk or existing heart disease. Doctors might consider aspirin for certain high-risk patients, but are told to be selective in prescribing it to people without a known cardiovascular disease. Recent studies found that taking a daily low-dose aspirin might raise your risk of internal bleeding and early death.
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