aspirin has different effects in women than in men for preventing first heart attacks and strokes

New research suggests that aspirin has different effects in women than in men for preventing first heart attacks and strokes.

In men, aspirin reduces the risk of a first heart attack...but is less effective for preventing ischemic stroke.

The opposite seems to be true for women.

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