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Can aspirin help lower blood pressure?

Aspirin may help lower blood pressure when taken at night. A preliminary Spanish study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hypertension followed 84 people with mild hypertension. After three months, systolic blood pressure dropped 7.0 mm Hg, a significant decline, in those who took aspirin at bedtime.

 

From The Johns Hopkins Medical Letter: Health After 50, August 2002.


 


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Hypertension & Stroke

The Hypertension & Stroke White Paper from The Johns Hopkins White Papers series is an annual, in-depth report written by Hopkins physicians.


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Johns Hopkins Medical Letter: Health After 50
Keep abreast of the latest medical news with the nation's leading health newsletter for people over 50.

 

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