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Aspirin does not Prevent Heart attacks

Aspirin does not Prevent Heart attacks

New Study: Daily Aspirin No Longer Recommended to Prevent Heart Attacks: new study shows that the risks of bleeding from aspirin, even baby aspirin - outweigh any possible lowered risk of heart attacks or stroke for most people…

Only for people at high risk of heart attack and low risk of bleeding can aspirin possibly be of some benefit. The study also reiterated the obvious – lifestyle – eliminating obesity and exercising are what are important. The message is always the same. A healthy lifestyle which requires hard work will make you healthy. A pill – the easy way out – is never the answer. However, there is a huge profit in selling pills to improve health – and so it is marketed heavily. There is relatively very little money to be made aggressively promoting a healthy lifestyle – and so it is not marketed heavily. Our health in America continues to spiral downward with no end in sight.


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