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Is aspirin really the only thing we have to prevent strokes and heart disease?
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Dr. Larry Armstrong
Neurosurgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Not the ONLY
There are many ways to prevent strokes such as weight loss, blood pressure management, correct diet, limit stressful lifestyle, exercise, no smoking, and regular physical examinations by your family md.
Regular blood work and evaluation are some of your best tools.

In brief: Not the ONLY
There are many ways to prevent strokes such as weight loss, blood pressure management, correct diet, limit stressful lifestyle, exercise, no smoking, and regular physical examinations by your family md.
Regular blood work and evaluation are some of your best tools.
Dr. Larry Armstrong
Dr. Larry Armstrong
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Dr. Tim McDonough
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: No.
For general prevention, it may be more important to modify cholesterol and blood pressure, primarily with proper diet and exercise, than to take aspirin.

In brief: No.
For general prevention, it may be more important to modify cholesterol and blood pressure, primarily with proper diet and exercise, than to take aspirin.
Dr. Tim McDonough
Dr. Tim McDonough
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