Harvard Heart Letter

Aspirin: A user's guide to who needs it and how much to take

People at risk for heart attack or stroke will likely benefit from taking low-dose daily aspirin, but for some there are greater risks (such as ulcers or gastrointestinal bleeding) that outweigh aspirin's help.
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