An Aspirin a Day: What You Can Do to Prevent Heart Attack, Stroke, and Cancer

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Hyperion, Jul 1, 1993 - Medical - 192 pages
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Aspirin has ascended from humble headache and minor pain remedy to what health authorities are hailing as "the pharmaceutical bargain of the century". Studies show it could prevent as many as 600,000 heart attacks, 72,000 strokes, and 24,000 deaths from colon cancer annually. This authoritative guide explains the benefits and side effects of this wonder drug.

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Michael Castleman has written more than 2,000 magazine and Web articles, four mystery novels, and thirteen nonfiction books in the fields of health and sexuality. During his thirty-five-year career as an award-winning journalist and novelist, his books have sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide.

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