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News Briefs: DNA Tests; Daily Low-Dose Aspirin Use

Older Adults Show Interest in DNA Tests
According to new findings from the National Poll on Healthy Aging, more than half of the older adults polled expressed interest in getting DNA tests to guide medical care, understand health risks, or know their ancestry. The poll results come at a time when

9. Diseases and Disorders of the Colon

After the small intestine, digested food moves through the six-foot-long large intestine (also known as the colon) where water, some nutrients, and electrolytes are absorbed. The remaining solid waste then travels from the colon into the rectum as stool. It is in the colon where people suffer from many of

Daily Aspirin Regimen: The Pros and Cons

Daily Aspirin Regimen: The Pros and Cons

Aspirin has been around for more than 100 years, and it continues to pique interest in the medical research community because there’s still more to learn about the full extent of its power. We know aspirin for iIs ability to relieve pain and support heart health. According to recent studies, a daily

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AGING

Learn these secrets to successful aging,
Sept., p1

6 ways to maximize your independence in older age, Dec., p1

ALCOHOL/SMOKING/DRUG ABUSE

Nightcaps make sleep—and cognitive problems—worse, May, p6

Smoking elevates stroke risk, especially in women, Nov. ,p5

Avoid binge-drinking to lower risk

Low-Dose Aspirin: No Help Against Cognitive Decline or Dementia

Aspirin may not be a miracle drug, but it has a long-standing and impressive record as a treatment for mild-to-moderate pain, fever, and inflammation.
There’s more: The National Cancer Institute suggests that low-dose aspirin may decrease the risk of colorectal cancer. A 2017 study in Breast Cancer Research found a “protective

9. Diseases and Disorders of the Colon

The large intestine is about six feet long. It is here that water, some nutrients, and electrolytes are absorbed from partly digested food. The remaining solid waste then moves from the colon into the rectum as stool.
Constipation
Many people believe they are constipated if they don’t have a bowel movement at

Risks of Daily Aspirin Increase After Age 75

After a heart attack, doctors often prescribe daily aspirin to reduce the risk of having another heart attack. Many heart attacks are caused by a clot that blocks blood flow through a coronary artery. Aspirin helps prevent platelets in the blood from sticking together and forming a clot, and it’s

Ask the Doctor: Lou Gehrig’s Disease; Low-Dose Aspirin

Q: My cousin has just been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease—can you provide some information about this condition?

A: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease (after the famous baseball player who was diagnosed with ALS in 1939), is a neurological disease that attacks nerve cells and weakens

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