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A daily, low-dose aspirin regimen has been linked to a host of health benefits- including reduced risk of stroke, heart attack and other cardiovascular issues- but a new study has shown a surprising link between a daily aspirin regimen and reduced risk of lung cancer in women. Of course, an aspirin regimen is not right… Read more »
This month, health news has centered a bit around the cost-effectiveness of frequent screenings, but one particular type (lung cancer tests for long-term smokers) still has the go ahead. Yearly pap smears were one of the tests experts said might be better if done less frequently, and overall, a panel of nine different medical disciplines… Read more »