Taking Aspirin to Prevent A Heart Attack

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By Molly Clifton

Taking an aspirin at night may reduce your risk of a morning heart attack. 

Doctors say a bedtime aspirin reduces blood platelet activity, which increases the risk of sudden heart problems.

Platelet activity is highest in the morning.

Low dose aspirin is recommended for people at high risk for heart disease.
 

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