Adults 60 years of age and older should not start taking aspirin
A daily aspirin regimen should not be started for most adults to prevent a first heart attack or stroke because…
A daily aspirin regimen should not be started for most adults to prevent a first heart attack or stroke because the risk of bleeding cancels out the potential benefits, according to The US Preventive Services Task Force’s draft recommendation statement released on Tuesday.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force wants to drop a 5-year-old recommendation that baby aspirin could help prevent colon cancer, saying more research is needed, according to new draft guidelines.
Adults 60 or older should not necessarily take a daily aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke, according to a draft recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. Here’s what we know so far.
What people are saying?
Bert But it’s not changing they’ve just decided that the cons out weight the pros it does help prevent 1st heart attacks and strokes but all aspirins make blood thinner making small cuts spill more blood then it should even more if you’re Anemic.
J. Another reminder that health experts say one thing and years later say something else…which is why so many are concerned about the current health advice from “experts”.