Stroke: Aspirin could slash risk of the life-threatening emergency by 50%
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Whereas, when you take aspirin in the morning, the body’s pharmacokinetic process hasn’t fully started.

This could make taking aspirin for lowering your risk less beneficial.

Although aspirin can be bought in the majority of pharmacies and supermarkets, you should always talk to your doctor before taking it.

In fact, the NHS stresses to only take daily aspirin to lower stroke risk if your doctor has specifically recommended it to you.



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