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'Alternate day' aspirin recommended

New research suggests that taking an aspirin every day, which is commonly thought to reduce the risk of heart attacks, could be doing more harm than good.

Kausik Ray, professor of cardiovascular disease prevention at St George's, University of London, explains why.

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