Daily aspirin dose could lower pre-eclampsia risk in pregnant women

The Guardian | 06-28-2017
Woman in her 34th week of pregnancy. Inferis – CC BY-SA 2.0

Pregnant women who are at risk of pre-eclampsia could substantially lower the chances of premature delivery by taking a daily dose of aspirin, research has found.

A low dose of the drug taken throughout pregnancy more than halved the chances of a premature birth due to pre-eclampsia. …

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