Study Shows Asprin Reduces Risk of Blood Clots

Study Shows Asprin Reduces Risk of Blood Clots

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By Alabama News Network

Aspirin may be an effective tool for preventing blood clots in the veins.

A study  shows that 100 milligrams of aspirin a day reduced the risk of recurring blood clots by up to 42 percent. 

Researchers say anti-co-agulant drugs are more effective, but that aspirin may be a good alternative for patients who can't take those long-term medications.


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