Folk Drug: Study: Aspirin May Increase Risk of Heart Failure

Not only is aspirin popular as a pain reliever, but many take it regularly to reduce the risk of heart attacks. However, one study shows that the drug can increase the risk of heart failure.

Berlin | Aspirin is one of the most popular drugs of all. And many people do not only take it for acute pain: it is often prescribed to take it regularly to reduce the risk of a heart attack or stroke. For example, people who are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease because they smoke …

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