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“Baseball and aspirin turn up in French as baseball and aspirine, in Spanish as beisbol and aspirina, in German as Baseball and Aspirin, and in Swedish as baseball and aspirin.”
“Aspirin is particularly effective because it irreversibly inactivates COX.”
“Aspirin is clearly not a completely safe substance, but it has huge medical benefit.”
“Aspirin is a similare, since it can be used to treat the same condition.”
“Aspirin is cheap and at low doses it's well-tolerated.”
““Aspirin” came from the German word for the compound, acetylspirsaure (which means plant’s acid).”
“In fact, some people may be developing something known as Aspirin resistance.”
“Now finding out that this Aspirin, which is a very common medication, everyone's heard of it, may not be as effective in some people as others.”
“TERRY: We did a study in humans, and we asked them to recall their Aspirin use, and we asked them to recall that by tablets per week.”
“Harvard economist Katherine Baicker, who presented a paper this weekend called "Aspirin, Angioplasty and Proton Beam Therapy," says by focusing on smarter health care, we could save money and feel better, too.”
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