Posted March 1, 2013

I thought this would be a worthy article to share considering how often people use aspirin, especially among our elderly.  Enjoy your weekend and welcome to March… We're almost out of winter, Chicago!

Is There an Aspirin-Eye Disease Link?

by Michael Haederle, AARP

Millions of older Americans take low-dose aspirin for prevention of heart attack or stroke, so two new studies suggesting that long-term regular aspirin use might increase the risk for developing a vision-robbing eye disease could be a cause for worry.


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