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Aspirin: Beneficial To Those Crossing The 50s Line

Taking aspirin daily is found to be an advantage.

Base from new recommendations sent by a panel of independent experts that were appointed by the state officials, daily intake of aspirin greatly benefits those who are venturing their 50s.

Compared to the benefit acquired by those who takes aspirin in their 50s or 60s, those who started taking the medicine the moment they stepped on their 50th year is more likely to enjoy greater advantages.

Experts said that daily intake of aspirin reduces the risk of having heart attack, colon canc3r, and strok3.

According to U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), taking daily low-dose of aspirin which is about to 81 milligrams is a practical way to help reduce rates of the above-mentioned ailments.


To combat major health problems, this way comes inexpensive and effective.

Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo of the USPSTF, the task force’s chairwoman and a medicine professor at the University of California, San Francisco, stressed possible outcome of aspirin intakes for 60s.

The medicine professor explained for those who are already in their 60s, potential advantages and dangerous harms must be taken into definite equilibrium.

Aspirin intake may lead to gut bleeding for those who are in their later years already.

Further, it takes a whole lot of time to finally get a catch of the advantages of taking aspirin and one may not live long enough for it.

The task force recently sent an advice for using aspirin against cardiovascular diseases. The new recommendation is suggested to those who are from 50 years old until 69 years old.

The mentioned age bracket have greater risks of developing cardiovascular diseases in the next years and aspirin in-take would be a help to them.

In terms of identifying the possibility of having a heart disease, medical doctors take into full consideration the age, s3x, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels of the person.

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