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Taking an aspirin per day is useful for treating cardiovascular disease because; a) it reduces the risk of clot formation b) it increases the absorption of nutrients in cardiac muscle c) it decreases
the likelihood of hypertension d) all of the above
Taking an aspirin per day is useful for treating cardiovascular disease because: a) it reduces the risk of clot formation.
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User: Taking an aspirin per day is useful for treating cardiovascular disease because; a) it reduces the risk of clot formation b) it increases the absorption of nutrients in cardiac muscle c) it decreases the likelihood of hypertension d) all of the above

Weegy: All of these . Taking an aspirin a day is useful in treating cardiovascular disease because it reduces the risk of clot formation. it increases the absorption of nutrients in cardiac muscle. it decreases the likelihood of hypertension.
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Taking an aspirin per day is useful for treating cardiovascular disease because: a) it reduces the risk of clot formation.
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