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Aspirin Increases the Risk of Heart Failure by Over 25%

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France — Aspirin is one of the most common pain relievers in the world, but a new study finds it may be contributing to heart failure. Researchers with the European Society of Cardiology find taking aspirin raises the risk of heart failure among people with at least one pre-existing health risk. These include smoking,…

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