Aspirin for the heart: What's the dose?

May 1998
Health (Time Inc. Health);May/Jun98, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p18
Discusses the proper dose for taking aspirin to prevent heart attack or stroke. Risk of taking an adult aspirin daily; Benefits from taking baby aspirin for survivors of heart attack.


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