Raise heart health with low dose aspirin

A recent study followed patients who stopped their recommended daily low dosage of aspirin to see how it affected their risk of heart attack or stroke. Dr. Keri Peterson, internist at Lenox Hill Hospital, describes the findings as a “wake-up call,” and explains why patients should treat over-the-counter medication recommendations as seriously as prescription medications.

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