Daily Aspirin a Smart Move After Menopause

The simple act of taking aspirin appears to be a lifesaving measure for millions of women with heart disease. New findings presented Monday at the American Heart Association's annual meeting in Dallas found that aspirin seemed to significantly reduce death rates for postmenopausal women with cardiovascular disease. It did not seem to matter if women were taking a lower or higher dose of aspirin, just as long as they took it regularly.

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