By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
November 12, 2018
I’ve never agreed with the idea of prescribing low-dose aspirin in an attempt to ward off heart disease.
The idea behind the concept is simple. Aspirin works as a blood-thinner. This means it helps reduce the risk of blood clots that could block an artery and cause a heart attack.
I’ll admit. It sounds great in theory. And all of those TV commercial ads make aspirin sound like a wonder drug.
It’s no wonder my patients often ask me if they should be taking low-dose aspirin every day! Continue reading