Women with breast cancer who were taking a low dose of aspirin had a 46 percent lower risk of recurrent disease
Americans throughout the nation were saddened to learn that former President Bill Clinton was facing an escalating battle with heart disease.
Not a week goes by without medical journals and national press being full of new information about obesity. For the Obama family, it's more personal.
Shockingly, many adults who have already experienced a heart attack or are at high risk of future problems fail to adhere to the recommended therapy.