PARIS: Daily aspirin use -- known to reduce the risk of colon cancer -- could also make the disease harder to treat if it does occur, researchers reported Wednesday. The new findings based on mathematical modeling, if confirmed statistically and in the lab, would mean that aspirin's ability to ward off colon cancer may come at an unacceptably high cost, they cautioned. Taking aspirin regularly "has been shown to reduce the incidence (of) a variety of cancers," including of the colon, noted the authors of a study in the…
The magic pill, aspirin, one of the most widely used medications in the world, is mostly used to reduce fever and relieve pain of muscle aches, headaches, toothaches and common cold. However, there are some surprising applications of this medicine other than the above mentioned that most people do not know about. We will reveal five amazing things that uncoated aspirin can do for you. Helps Reduce Acne Anti-inflammatory properties of aspirin help calm acne. Mix a couple of crushed aspirin pills with lemon juice and…
Starting treatment with aspirin right after a mini-stroke greatly reduces the risk of a major stroke in the following days, according to a new analysis.
MIAMI: People who take aspirin regularly have a significantly lower risk of cancer, particularly involving the colon and gastrointestinal tract, according to US research published.
Taking one or two baby aspirins a day for at least five years was tied to a lower risk of colorectal cancer in a study from Denmark.