• Joseph Bonner

Low-dose aspirin and skull bleeding link found


According to JAMA Neurology, 2 out of every 1,000 people developed a bleed in their skull after taking a low-dose of aspirin (75 and 100 milligrams).

Taking a low-dose of aspirin to prevent heart disease and stroke has been a long standing practice but it's now raising concerns in the medical community.

The American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association announced in March that Aspirin is no longer a recommenced preventive measure for adults who don't have a high risk of heart disease.


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