Study Find Aspirin Helps Prevent Strokes in Women

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A new study being published online by the New England Journal of Medicine shows that low-dose aspirin protects women from strokes, but not necessarily heart attacks. However, the risks of aspirin for women under 65 raise questions about what is best for that group.

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