Type 2 diabetics should take aspirin twice a day
Researchers from Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark found that when aspirin is taken the recommended once a day, patients suffer an increased risk of blood clotting between doses.
Taking aspirin twice a day may help protect people with type 2 diabetes from suffering a heart attack or stroke, new research reveals. When taken the recommended once a day, patients suffer an increased risk of blood clotting between doses, a study found. Blood clots can lead to cardiovascular disease (CVD), such as heart attacks and stroke.Researchers advise patients have the drug twice over 24 hours to reduce their likelihood of suffering 'clumps' between administrations.Study author Dr Liv...
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