In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Regular use of aspirin or certain other pain relievers can irritate your stomach.
- Soluble aspirin - a sore throat that is very inflamed can be treated with a gargle of soluble aspirin dissolved in a glass of water.
- Call your pharmacist or doctor if you do not know if the medicine has aspirin in it.
- Both aspirin and warfarin reduce the risk of blood clots that can cause stroke.
- Recent studies show that ibuprofen interferes with the effect of aspirin on platelet aggregation.
- Some patients' choices between using aspirin or a statin may depend on cost as well as their perceived risks of adverse effects.
- Initial drug treatment should include aspirin, a blocker, and a nitrate.
- The research supports earlier studies showing that ibuprofen can interfere with aspirin's effects.
- A new study suggests aspirin may help to reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
- Ginger is a good alternative to aspirin to relieve minor aches and pains.
- Talk to your doctor about whether aspirin would help reduce your risk of a heart attack.
- For children, paracetamol is better than aspirin, which doctors do not recommend.
- For adults, paracetamol, aspirin or ibuprofen can help to relieve fever and pain.
- Optimal control of diabetes is important, and simple analgesics such as aspirin and paracetamol may be beneficial.
- Ask any medical student and he or she will tell you that aspirin reduces fever, pain, and inflammation but may cause ulcers.
- Evidence is growing that regular aspirin may reduce cancer and dementia as well as vascular events.
- In the story of aspirin, politics and medicine are heavily intertwined.
- The oldest arthritis medicine, aspirin, may turn out to be the unsung hero after all.
- Previous studies have suggested that aspirin reduces the number of cases of oesophageal cancer.
- Many believe that, even if aspirin is not effective, it is safe.
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