"What was really surprising and not anticipated was this gender difference," said Dr. Elizabeth G. Nabel
Don't let the people at Harvard hear about this or they throw Nabel down the well with Summers.
Thanks, Nick. I think I'll ask my doctor about it first . . .
There are no differences between men and women.
Repeat the above 1000 times.
It still won't be true.
The calculator link at the bottom was obtained from the USPSTF link. It's intended for the health professionals on my list. For all others, please discuss with your health care providers before you start taking low dose aspirin.
I've taken a full-strength aspirin per day for a number of years. My doctor raised it to TWO aspirin a day when he took me off Bextra, because he said you need two to get the anti-inflammatory effect. Must be careful to take it with water and on a full stomach.