Coated Aspirin Heart Benefits Questioned

Coated aspirin may lose some of its cardiovascular benefits because it takes longer for the drug to dissolve into the bloodstream, a new study suggested. The study of 400 healthy volunteers was designed to uncover whether certain people were resistant to aspirin's blood-thinning effects. Millions of men and women take aspirin daily to prevent blood clots that cause heart attacks and strokes. Instead, the authors from the University of Pennsylvania pointed to the stomach-soothing coating...Full Story
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