New Research Links The Use of Low-Dose Aspirin To Bleeding Inside The Skull
According to a new study, you should not follow a low dose aspirin regimen if you do not have a history of heart disease and stroke. UPI reports that researchers have found that people who took low-dose aspirin without a cardiac history were more likely to experience bleeding inside the skull. Historically, the use of low-dose aspirin has been recommended for older adults as a way to reduce the risk of stroke or heart attack. The latest research, however, published this week in the journal JAMA Neurology, suggests regular low-dose aspirin use increases the risk of an intracranial hemorrhage.
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