The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants makers of over-the-counter aspirin-containing products that use heart-related images on their labels or packaging to add an advisory instructing patients to consult with their doctors before taking an aspirin for cardiovascular conditions. Some medical groups, such as the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force, recommend people ages 50 to 69 take a low-dose aspirin if they are at risk for cardiovascular disease in order to lower their risk. However, some medical groups shy away from this recommendation because daily aspirin therapy can lead to other health problems, including gastrointestinal bleeds, brain bleeds, kidney failure ... Read More
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