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www.aarp.org/health/drugs-supplements/info-2019/aspirin-recommendations.html

You may be taking aspirin for another preventive reason. Before the new aspirin recommendations were issued earlier this year, nearly 30 million Americans age 40 and older without cardiovascular disease reported taking aspirin daily to prevent a heart attack or stroke, according to 2017 data that Harvard doctors compiled.

blog.providence.org/blog-2/should-i-take-aspirin-to-prevent-heart-disease

Taking aspirin during a stroke is not safe, as it can sometimes cause more bleeding in the brain. What the research says. Three studies released in 2018 showed that aspirin had no benefit for healthy adults in primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. “Low-dose” aspirin means a dosage of 75-100mg a day.

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/diabetes/expert-answers/aspirin-therapy/...

Diabetes increases your risk of heart attack and clot-related stroke (cardiovascular events). Peripheral artery disease — a condition in which your arteries narrow, reducing blood flow to your arms and legs — also increases your risk of cardiovascular events. Aspirin interferes with your blood's ability to clot.

www.ucihealth.org/blog/2020/03/aspirin-heart-health

Today, daily aspirin isn’t recommended for primary prevention — to prevent a first heart attack or stroke — in most men and women who have a low risk of heart disease. Low-dose aspirin also is not routinely recommended for men and women over age 70 for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease.

corporate.dukehealth.org/news/aspirin-heart-attack-prevention-how-much-how-long

DURHAM, NC – A low dose of aspirin appears to be just as effective as a higher dose in preventing a heart attack, stroke or death among patients with stable cardiovascular disease, say researchers at Duke University Medical Center. Scientists also found that taking aspirin as a prevention strategy doubled patients' risk of serious bleeding.

jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2761090

Aspirin is also sometimes used for primary prevention: to prevent people from developing cardiovascular disease in the first place. However, recent studies and guidelines indicate that few people benefit from using aspirin in this way.

www.prevention.com/.../aspirin-may-not-protect-against-cardiovascular-disease

Aspirin helps protect against heart disease or stroke by slashing the risk of blood clots. Doctors have largely prescribed the OTC to patients who have already suffered a heart attack or stroke as ...

www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/Page/Document/RecommendationStatement...

In 2006, the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association jointly recommended aspirin therapy (75 to 162 mg/d) for primary prevention of heart disease for persons with diabetes who are older than 40 years or who have additional risk factors for cardiovascular disease and no contraindications to aspirin therapy. 11 Along with the American Stroke Association, the American ...

www.aspirin-foundation.com/scientific-information/guidelines/usa-guidelines...

“Aspirin is well established for secondary prevention of [atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease] ASCVD and is widely recommended for this indication.” The ACC/AHA in their 2014 Non ST-Elevation acute coronary syndromes guidelines recommend aspirin as soon as possible before percutaneous intervention (PCI) and then “after PCI, aspirin ...

wakeup-world.com/.../06/turmeric-better-than-aspirin-for-heart-disease-prevention

By Sayer Ji. Contributing writer for Wake Up World. In a day and age where people identify heart disease prevention strategies with consuming what are essentially toxic chemicals like aspirin and statin drugs, it is refreshing to see clinical research being done on the powerful cardio-protective properties of time-tested and much safer spices.. A compelling new study published in the Journal ...