Taking a low dose of aspirin daily may lower the risk of giving birth prematurely, a study suggests.
Frequent use of aspirin to prevent heart attacks can increase the risk of major bleeding by more than 40%, research has shown.
Women who take a regular low dose of aspirin have a lower risk of developing ovarian cancer when compared with women who do not regularly take the painkiller, according to new research.
An aspirin a day not only helps keep cancer at bay, it may also play a life-saving role in treatment, new research suggests.
An aspirin a day may not keep the doctor away, new research suggests.
Low dose aspirin may help cells in the brain to clear away a toxic protein molecule at the core of Alzheimer’s, early research suggests.