Snippet from the non-hair-loss health article:
Long-term use of a daily low-dose aspirin dramatically cuts the risk of dying from a wide array of cancers, a new investigation reveals.
Specifically, a British research team unearthed evidence that a low-dose aspirin (75 milligrams) taken daily for at least five years brings about a 10 percent to 60 percent drop in fatalities depending on the type of cancer.
The finding stems from a fresh analysis of eight studies involving more than 25,500 patients, which had originally been conducted to examine the protective potential of a low-dose aspirin regimen on cardiovascular disease.
Read the full story — Daily Aspirin Linked to Steep Drop in Cancer Risk
For years, there has been a suggestion that low doses of aspirin daily (75 to 81mg) can reduce the risk of death from a variety of cancers and vascular diseases. With increasing evidence like this, perhaps its time to consider taking one baby aspirin every day (talk to your doctor, of course).