In a previous article entitled “The Evidence Against Aspirin And For Natural Alternatives”, we discussed in detail the dark side of aspirin and some natural alternatives based on evidence, with pcinogenol probably the most convincing from the point of view of clinical studies and comparison with aspirin. It was only last month that doctors began to reverse decades of aspirin recommendations, warning that the deadly risks of daily use of aspirin for children outweigh the benefits of heart disease and stroke. Bayer continues to market its Aspirin brand as “miracle cure”, “for heart health”, “to prevent stroke”, “to save lives” and “to fight pain” on its website. For decades, doctors have recommended an aspirin called “baby” or “low-dose” to prevent heart attacks and strokes. In fact, we have indexed research dating back to 1970 on more than 50 aspirin side effects that are reported in the biomedical literature and are all available in our aspirin database. And don’t forget to share this article with your friends, family and friends, as well as your doctor, who may not be aware of new research on aspirin. Research into the side effects of the so-called “low dose” of aspirin has been accumulating for decades. A new report published in JAMA Neurology combines a low dose of aspirin with an increased risk of head bleeding. Zegger Ji is the founder of Greenmedinfo.com, examiner of the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, co-founder and CEO of Systome Biomed, vice chairman of the board of directors of the National Health Federation, member of the executive committee of the Non-GMO World Foundation. The group of aspirants, on the other hand, had a risk of 0.63%, which corresponds to a higher relative risk of 37%. For more information, read more articles and study contributions in our Aspirin database. New research shows that “your” practice is outdated and can have potentially fatal side effects, including fatal brain haemorrhages.