Spending too much time in the kitchen? Pollution-causing fumes may up heart attack risk
Exposure to indoor air pollution may even up stroke risk.
Breathe easy: Aspirin may reduce adverse effects of air pollution on lungs
According to a study, aspirin mitigates the inflammation caused by...
These tiny bubbles in the body may offer hope for cancer patients, can treat disease better than chemo
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Glenmark Pharma gets USFDA nod for antiplatelet drug
Shares of Glenmark Pharma were trading 0.03 per cent higher at Rs 559.20 apiece on the BSE.
Good news for aspirin users: Regular use may cut liver cancer risk
Regular use of aspirin is defined as taking two or more standard-dose tablets a week for five years.
Dr Reddy's launches anti-coagulant drug in US market
Dr Reddy's Aspirin and extended-release Dipyridamole capsules is available in 25 mg/200 mg strength with 60 count bottle size. Aggrenox is a trademark of Boehringer lngelheim.
View: The farmer’s biggest enemy? The Indian state
One report revealed that a farmer sold tomatoes at Rs 2 per kg, and consumers bought them for Rs 20.
Popping aspirin regularly may up risk of severe internal bleeding
Analysis showed the risk of bleeding, in particular the risk of fatal or disabling bleeding, increased with age.
Silent stroke doesn't show any sign: Keep BP in check, quit smoking
Patients are generally unaware when they get a stroke.
Long-term use of aspirin may not lower the risk of stroke, says new study
Aspirin conveys no significant benefit for stroke reduction in low stroke-risk AF patients and it actually elevates the risk of bleeding.
Aspirin's disease-fighting abilities uncovered
Researchers have found how aspirin works in the body to target an inflammatory protein linked to a variety of diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, and certain cancers.
Aspirin can boost immunotherapy in cancer patients
Giving cancer patients aspirin at the same time as immunotherapy could dramatically boost the effectiveness of the treatment, according to a new research on mice.
Aspirin lowers risk of cancer in overweight people: study
The study found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people with Lynch Syndrome, an inherited genetic disorder.
India to join UK for Add-Aspirin global drug trials
Aspirin is widely-used as an analgesic to relieve pain, as well as to manage heart disease and stroke in certain patients.
Daily aspirin can block growth of breast cancer: Study
Sushanta Banerjee and his team found that aspirin may ensure conditions around cancer stem cells are not conducive for reproduction.
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