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'Aspirin could tackle dementia'

An Australian university has been commissioned by the US-based National Institutes of Health to investigate aspirin's anti-dementia powers, local media reported on Monday.

Daily aspirin's benefits for women over 65 outweigh risks

A new research has revealed that daily dose of aspirin protects women over 65 against the cancer despite the dangers of internal bleeding.

Low-dose aspirin therapy may not prevent heart attacks in older adults

A new study has revealed that low-dose aspirin therapy could not prove effective for older people suffering from heart ailments.

How 'Aspirin' prevents colon cancer revealed

A new study has claimed that Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) protect against the growth of colorectal cancer.

Aspirin can help you deal with heartbreaks

A new research has revealed that a couple of aspirin and distancing themselves from the event can help one to come over their heartbreaks.

Aspirin lowers risk of stroke and heart attacks

A new study has revealed that low dose aspirin lowers the occurrence of new venous blood clots.

New study discovers aspirin`s double effect

A new study has revealed that aspirin has a second effect, as it not only prevents inflammation and pain, but also hastens the end of inflammation.

Aspirin may slow breast cancer recurrence

Some postmenopausal overweight breast cancer patients who use common anti-inflammatory drugs like aspirin or ibuprofen have significantly lower breast cancer recurrence rates, scientists have found.

How aspirin can help prevent breast cancer revealed

A new study has demonstrated that few breast cancer patients who used common antiinflammatory drugs like aspirin or ibuprofen have drastically lower breast cancer recurrence rates.

Daily dose of aspirin keeps cancer at bay

A new study has revealed that taking a daily dose of aspirin reduces the risk of cancer.

Is low-dose aspirin unsafe for heart patients?

A new study has revealed that even the daily low-dose of aspirin might be harmful for some heart patients due to a common genetic variation.

Daily aspirin to prevent heart disease may not benefit all

A daily low-dose aspirin is widely prescribed to prevent cardiovascular disease. Now, a new study claims that gene variations in some individuals may modify the cardiovascular benefits of aspirin, leading to slightly harmful effects.

Prolonged low-dose aspirin use may slash pancreatic cancer risk

A new study has revealed that continuous use of low-dose aspirin may lower the risk for developing pancreatic cancer.

Aspirin may cut down colon cancer risks too

The humble aspirin that you pop to ameliorate headache or a precaution against heart attack can also take on the dangerous colorectal cancer in people with a specific gene, a significant study shows.

Regular aspirin use could reduce ovarian cancer risk by 20 pc

A new study by scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, suggests that women who take aspirin daily may reduce their risk of ovarian cancer by 20 percent.

Aspirin risks may outweigh benefits in healthy adults

Healthy adults who take daily aspirin to stave off heart disease may be inviting more harm than benefit, according to a new review of past studies.

Can aspirin help stop dementia too?

Aspirin is generally known to be useful in preventing heart attacks and strokes, but now researchers believe the humble aspirin could also hold the key to warding off dementia and cancer.

Aspirin could help cure deadly diseases

Research has shown that aspirin could be a cheap and simple way to prevent dementia and cancer.

Bedtime aspirin may cut morning heart attack risk

A new study has suggested that taking aspirin at bedtime instead of in the morning might reduce acute heart events.

Popping aspirin daily could be hazardous for healthy people

Health experts have warned that healthy people who take a daily aspirin in a bid to reduce their risk of disease should stop doing so because of potential health dangers.