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Should I Take Aspirin To Decrease My Cardiovascular Risk?

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A common question that I get in the clinic and from friends is, "should I be taking aspirin or not?" as it pertains to decreasing their risk of heart attack or stroke. 

In the video below, Dr. Amy describes what you need to know about aspirin and your risk of cardiovascular disease. She touches on:

  • Who should be taking aspirin or not?
  • What are the risks?
  • How to know if you have heart or vascular disease or not?
  • How can you find out for sure your risk of heart attack or stroke?

The next five minutes could add 20 years to the rest of your life! Keep educating yourselves!

 

 

 

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