If you shop for aspirin these days, whether for pain relief or to protect your heart, you’ll find that some are "enteric coated," including virtually all low-dose aspirin (except the chewable kind). Are these safer for your stomach?
Millions of people take aspirin for pain relief or to help prevent heart attacks, but there is growing interest in aspirin's potential as an anti-cancer drug. Two recent studies have added to the evidence.
Tinnitus is phantom noise nobody else hears—such as ringing, clanging, or whistling. How and why tinnitus occurs remains largely a mystery, but it’s well known that some drugs, notably aspirin, can cause or worsen it.