Baby aspirin just flunked the test of preventing cardiovascular problems, in a big way. The results of ARRIVE, or "Aspirin to Reduce Risk of Initial Vascular Events," were just announced at the European Society of Cardiology 2018 meeting in Munich. Does this mean that recommendations for its use will change? Probably yes.
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More than a third of kids are using dietary supplements. Due to the many preventable, adverse drug reactions they cause – such as arrhythmias and cardiovascular events – researchers set out to quantify pediatric and adolescent intake.