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Blood thinning agents that one must be wary of

Do not take aspirin for prevention of heart attack if you do not have significant heart disease. There is no definitive evidence that aspirin is effective for those who have never had a heart attack
Saturday, November 16, 2013 - 06:00

WITH an ageing population and with advances in medicine, more people are taking blood thinning drugs daily for the prevention and treatment of stroke and heart disease. A common question is whether taking an aspirin a day is useful. Before commencing on these drugs, it is important to understand

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