Aspirin Reduces Asthma Risk in Women

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Aspirin Reduces Asthma Risk in Women



MedPage Today, March 13, 2008



In non-obese women, a low-dose aspirin every other day reduces the risk of adult-onset asthma by 10%, but the benefit is completely absent for women whose body mass index is 30 or above.



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