15 Surprising Things Linked to Heart Attacks

Stopping aspirin

Studies have shown that people who have heart issues are at an increased risk of a heart attack for at least a week after stopping aspirin therapy. “If you have or are at risk for heart disease and want to stop taking aspirin, do so gradually and under the supervision of a doctor,” warns Matthew Sorrentino, MD, a cardiologist at the University of Chicago.

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