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Could Aspirin Have Cut COVID Deaths in Half?

Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) was introduced in 1899 as an alternative to sodium salicylate,1 a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory known for its unpleasant side effects such as stomach cramps, heartburn, nausea and vomiting. It’s been a staple medicine in most households ever since and is frequently recommended as a remedy to control inflammation and prevent blood… Read More »

Why can’t you take aspirin with asthma

I have asthma and my doctor hasn’t told me all of these things. Why hasn’t my doctor given me the new drug Serevent? Most important is the care that needs to be taken to avoid all medications that contain aspirin and NSAIDs. What kind of side effects occur with the asthma inhalers? Instead of going… Read More »