Could Aspirin cure erectile dysfunction?
Aspirin could treat erectile dysfunction, according to a new study.
How to reduce cancer deaths
Colon cancer, Crohn's, and other gut diseases could be better treated or prevented, thanks to a new link between inflammation and a common cellular process, found by University of Warwick.
Can daily Aspirin intake keep pregnancy complication away?
"Preeclampsia is one of the most serious complications of pregnancy, with a high risk of death for the mother and baby," said senior study author Dr. Kypros Nicolaides. He is a professor of fetal medicine at Kings College Hospital in London, United Kingdom (U.K.).
Could snake venom replace aspirin for heart disease patients?
Snake venom may replace aspirin as a protein found in the poison of a species native to south-east Asia thins the blood without side effects, new research reveals.
Daily aspirin could stop cancer by shutting down blood clot enzyme
It has already been credited with helping to reduce heart attack risk, but now it seems that daily doses of aspirin could also help tackle cancer.
Aspirin can reduce chance of suffering fatal stroke by up to 80%
If people report to hospital after a mini stroke, they are always given aspirin. But the Oxford team found it was far more effective when taken straight away at home.