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A baby aspirin a day is healthy; but more than that can be dangerous

May 14, 2007

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HEART DISEASE An aspirin a day can be good for your heart, but just how much aspirin has never been determined. Now, after an extensive review of past studies, a team of scientists reports that a daily dose of 75 to 81 milligrams -- the amount in a baby aspirin -- is sufficient to prevent blood clots that can lead ... (Full article: 270 words)

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