Aspirin in primary prevention of atherosclerosis: a skin of grief that keeps shrinking

Louis MONNIER, Clinical Research Institute, Montpellier Despite the significant advances represented by the use of high-potency statins and new antiplatelet or antithrombotic treatments, low-dose aspirin remains an effective treatment in the secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases and events (reduction of the relative risk of order of 20%). On the other hand, the prescription of aspirin … Read more

New study explains why aspirin and ibuprofen also have other positive effects – Wel.nl

Research has been going on for a long time into the side effects of commonly used pain relievers such as ibuprofen and aspirin. The drugs also seem to have an influence on the development of heart disease and cancer, among other things. Yale researchers may have discovered the mechanism involved. Until now it was thought … Read more

Stroke and infarction. Preventive intake of aspirin would actually be dangerous for patients

According to the American learned society US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), it is at best useless and at worst dangerous to take low-dose aspirin daily in an effort to prevent a cardiovascular incident such as myocardial infarction or stroke, report our colleagues from Figaro Sunday, May 15, 2022. On the other hand, this type … Read more

the benefit of aspirin questioned

DECRYPTION – In primary prevention, that is to say before the occurrence of a cardiovascular incident, the risk is real. Many patients are still prescribed it, and yet… Take low-dose aspirin every day to avoid a possible myocardial infarction or stroke is useless, even dangerous. The mass is said: the very influential American learned society, … Read more

Aspirin, who is really needed to prevent heart attack and stroke (and when)

For secondary prevention, that is, after a first event such as heart attack or stroke, there is no doubt. Acetylsalicylic acid is a sort of “milestone” to reduce the risk of new episodes, thanks to its antiplatelet activity. But in primary prevention, when that event has not yet occurred, how do you choose who can … Read more

Shocking decision in aspirin: No longer recommended – Health

The “US Preventive Task Force (USPSTF)” health organization has published a new research result. In 2016, the USPSTF recommended that people 50 years and older at risk for heart disease take infant aspirin once a day to protect their heart health and prevent heart attack and colon cancer. According to the new study, it was … Read more

Shocking decision in aspirin: No longer recommended – Health

The “US Preventive Task Force (USPSTF)” health organization has published a new research result. In 2016, the USPSTF recommended that people 50 years and older at risk for heart disease take infant aspirin once a day to protect their heart health and prevent heart attack and colon cancer. According to the new study, it was … Read more

Mix lemon with aspirin, see what it’s good for! Here are the miraculous benefits

When aspirin, which is used to relieve pain, and lemon, which is rich in vitamin C, come together, a wonderful mixture for the skin emerges. Here are the benefits of a mixture of lemon and aspirin. Who wouldn’t want to have clean, bright and vibrant skin… Many of us dream of having smooth skin and … Read more

Aspirin use warning in children: ‘It can cause Reye’s syndrome’

Noting that the frequency of febrile infections among children increased with the arrival of winter days, Kepez Municipality Health Center Child Health and Diseases Specialist Dr. Burak Emre Demir warned parents to consult a doctor in this case. Demir pointed out that in addition to natural methods, antipyretic drugs are also used to reduce the … Read more

Aspirin can increase your risk of heart failure

from Martin Lewicki | November 25, 2021, 12:43 p.m. Aspirin has a reputation for preventing cardiovascular diseases. Recent studies have not been able to prove this positive effect. On the contrary: According to a recent study from Germany, aspirin can even increase the risk of heart failure under special circumstances. The relationship between aspirin and … Read more