Aspirin Use Tied to Age-Related Vision Loss

Regular aspirin use is linked to an increased risk of vision loss with age, a new study found. The study of nearly 2,400 Australian men and women found those who routinely took aspirin were more likely to develop age-related macular degeneration. The results were published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine. However, "the evidence is insufficient to adjudicate the relationship between aspirin and [age-related macular degeneration], thereby challenging causal inferences," Dr. Sanjay Kaul and Dr....Full Story
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